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(If the event is a play- list the playwright's name as the first line. If it is a film, list the director's name as the first line.)

Art For Progress (name of the event)
Saturday April 2nd. 8PM – Late (date and time)
Crash Mansion (venue)

(Write one paragraph to describe your event)

On Saturday April 2nd, Art for Progress will host its first live music benefit "Music for Progress". Music for Progress will benefit The Special Music School of America in Manhattan, and help address the growing need for outside sources of funding for arts education in New York City. The event will feature some of NYC's top emerging musical talent including: DareDiablo, Goes Cube, Next Tribe, and James Wolfe. Join us at 8PM for a sponsored open bar courtesy of Absolut vodka, and check out an art exhibition from the talented hands of Juan Pajares and Martin Deegan. At 11PM, our guests anticipation will be fulfilled as fashion gurus Aycha Araya, Levi Okunov, and Elizabeth Olsen take over Crash Mansion for the fashion show. Art for Progress DJ's spinning between sets! For more information on the Fund for Public Schools visit: www.nycenet.edu/fundforpublicschools.

(List ticket infomation, phone numbers if applicable and any link in the short second paragraph)
Tickets $15. For more information or advance purchase visit www.artforprogress.com.

(The venue name and address are the last line)
Crash Mansion
|199 Bowery
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