GRiZ Announces 12 Days Of GRiZmas For Charity Little Kids Rock This Holiday Season
Leading up to the holidays, GRiZ has announced a new charity project through his record label All Good Records entitled 12 Days of GRiZmas. In a press release, GRiZ announced he has partnered with Little Kids Rock, which is a non-profit organization providing free music education to under-served public schools spanning the United States. Both GRiZ and his street team are working to bring unique experiences to fans in order to raise money for the charity this holiday season. The event kicks off early next month (December 8).
The event runs over the course of twelve days and in that time fans will be able to meet the Detroit native in his hometown and do charitable works. These will include visiting dog shelters, delivering food to the homeless, donating clothing and more. After the charitable works are done avid fans of GRiZ will be able to also attend an exclusive warehouse party, a beer tasting at a brewery local to Michigan and see a real live Detroit music industry panel.
The twelve days of GRiZmas all lead up to a holiday celebration at Masonic Temple in Detroit that is already sold out. The main event occurs on December 19th and GRiZ will be joined by fellow artists FKJ, Big Wild and Will Sessions for the concert. The culmination of the twelve day charity series will be followed by an after party in the basement of Masonic Temple, which will feature musical acts Sunsquabi, Freddy Todd, Brasstracks amongst others.
The culminating event will be the 2nd annual holiday show that GRiZ has played during his time in the music industry. The released statement promises that details on each day of charity and full information on how fans can get more involved will be revealed in full soon via GRiZ's website and social media accounts. For those who can't make it to Detroit for the holidays, there is also the option to donate on the official website.