Sweet Relief Musician's Fund to bring 'Strange 80's' with Tenacious D, 'Weird Al' Yankovic, Sarah Silverman an
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On May 14, Finn Wolfhard (better known as Mike from Netflix's Stranger Things) is set to host, as well as perform at Sweet Relief Musician Fund's inaugural benefit concert at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles. The event, called "Strange 80's," will not only feature someone from our new favorite binge watching show, but Tenacious D, "Weird Al" Yankovic and Sarah Silverman are also featured performances of the night.

In addition to those three topping the bill, members of OK Go, Goldfinger, Sugarcult, Anberlin, Anthrax, Velvet Revolver and Taking Back Sunday will be giving performances. Each performance will be covers of our favorite '80s hits, hence the name, "Strange 80's." 

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This event at The Fonda is not just a concert—first and foremost it's for charity. Throughout the night, a silent auction featuring big-ticket items and experiences will be auctioned off, all going to the Sweet Relief Musician Fund. According to a press statement, the Sweet Relief Musicians Fund provides financial assistance to all type of career musicians who are struggling to make ends meet while facing illness, disability or age-related problems.

 In addition to an already exciting night, 250 winners will be selected to attend a rooftop after-arty with Rain Man from Krewella—and some others to be announced. You can grab tickets to the May 14 show at The Fonda Theatre right here on AXS.