Strange 80s 2 will take place on Oct. 12 at LA's Fonda Theatre.

Strange 80s 2 will take place on Oct. 12 at LA's Fonda Theatre.

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This fall in Los Angeles, fans will have the chance to go back in time to 1980-something when Strange 80s 2 takes the stage at the Fonda Theatre on Friday, Oct. 12 at 8 p.m.

The second annual benefit concert, presented by Charity Bomb, will feature a star-studded cast of musicians and celebrities performing modern takes on ‘80s classics that have stood the test of time.

Slated to appear is stand-up comedian/podcaster Marc Maron and members of No Doubt, Fall Out Boy, Slipknot, Sum41, Slayer, Judas Priest, The Offspring, Bowling for Soup, *NSYNC, Eagles of Death Metal, Velvet Revolver, OK Go, Sugarcult, Filter, Steel Panther and more.

Additionally, Strange 80s 2 will give concert-goers the opportunity to interact with the artists, through 80s video arcade game competitions and special meet & greets. Fans will also have the chance bid on a number of donated items and exclusive opportunities.

100% of the proceeds from Strange 80s 2 will be donated to 320 Changes Direction, a movement which aims to change the way we talk about and seek help for mental health, depression, and addiction issues.

General admission tickets are on sale here at AXS.com. Also available for purchase are VIP tickets, which include premier access to balcony seating, a hosted bar open to those 21 & older, a Strange 80s t-shirt, and admission to the after party.

The inaugural benefit, which took place in front of a sold out-crowd in May 2017, was hosted by Finn Wolfhard (Mike Wheeler of Netflix’s “Stranger Things”) and featured performances from Tenacious D, Velvet Revolver, OK Go, Taking Back Sunday, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Goldfinger, Sugarcult, Anberlin, among others.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for this year’s all ages benefit. Additional performers and celebrity guests are expected to be announced in the days leading up to the event. Fonda Theatre is located at 6126 Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California. For more information, visit Strange 80s official website.