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Catch Switchfoot in Concert at the Bro-Am Benefit Party

The award-winning rock act will put on an intimate show in support of local nonprofits




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The 14th Annual BRO-AM returns with an evening outdoor concert featuring GRAMMY Award winning rock act Switchfoot. Bid on exclusive silent and live auctions. Enjoy signature dishes and sips from Farmer & the Seahorse, Herb & Sea, Pacific Coast Grill, Pacifica Del Mar, the Fish Market, Prep Kitchen, Casa de Bandini, Solterra Winery and many more. The BRO-AM celebrates local youth whose lives have been changed by the generosity of our community and shines a spotlight on incredible organizations making a concrete impact in the lives of San Diego youth everyday: Feeding San Diego, VH1 Save the Music, Challenged Athletes Foundation, StandUp for Kids, A Step Beyond, and Rob Machado Foundation.

 

Event Details

BRO-AM Benefit Party
June 28, 2018
For more information and tickets, visit www.broam.org

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