A Family's Tremendous Loss Finds A Way To Give Back To End Drunk Driving

Chris Martin of Coldplay was supposed to headline a show this weekend at the Palladium called, "LOVR" benefiting The Noah Benardout Foundation. Noah was tragically killed by a drunk driver while innocently waiting to cross a sidewalk in West Hollywood. He was only twenty four year sold. His father joins us this morning to spread awareness and how their family is giving back to help end drunk driving! Please follow The Noah Benardout Foundation for more info and how you can help.

The Foundation’s paramount mission is about responsibility and accountability. After discussing the COVID19 pandemic with City officials and observing the protocols that other public events are adhering to, it is our responsibility to all our artists, guests, sponsors and supporters to postpone the First Annual LOVR Benefit concert to a rescheduled date this coming Fall. 

We thank you for your understanding with this very critical situation and want to assure everyone that all ticket purchases and giveaways will be honored when we release the new date. 

-Marc Benardout. Director, The Noah Benardout Foundation


The LOVR Benefit will be postponed.
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Artists Offering Live-Concerts #TogetherAtHome Amid Coronavirus

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