Fall Out Boy, Black Veil Brides, Slipknot Members & More To Perform At 80s-Themed Benefit

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The annual Strange 80s benefit, an evening of entertainment, where musicians and television stars cover 1980s hits for a good cause.

The good cause is "320 Changes Direction", established by Talinda Bennington to help those suffering from mental health issues, depression and addiction.

The line-up this year consists of, amongst others, Joe Trohman (Fall Out Boy), Jinxx and Jake Pitts (Black Veil Brides), Corey Taylor (Slipknot), Derrick Whibley & Frank Zummo (Sum 41) and Telle Smith (The Word Alive).

You can also play 1980s video games at the event, which will happen at the 12th of October at Los Angeles' Fonda Theatre.
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