Commonly Known as Music Benefit Concert 

Jan. 13, Knitting Factory

Music is the universal remedy: it can heal a broken heart, take the edge off a bad mood, transport a person back in time or bring a smile to the face of someone searching for happiness. On Saturday, Dec. 13, a concert at the Knitting Factory in downtown Boise will harness the power of music for a cause with a show, raffle and silent auction to benefit the Idaho Suicide Prevention Hotline and the Suicide Prevention Action Network of Idaho. A variety of artists will take the stage to help raise awareness and funds for suicide prevention, including heavy metal rock group Final Underground, one-of-a-kind country reggae artist Jensen Buck, electronic rock duo Panda & Rabbit, local rock artist Dubya and electro bass musician EvoluShawn. Visit ticketweb.com to snag a seat, then stop by the Knitting Factory on Saturday night to hear top-notch music, bid on local products and show your support for Idahoans in need.

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