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Emerge Impact + Music Conference to present one-night benefit concert for Victims Fund

The Emerge Impact and Music Conference is set to take place in April, but the group is also bringing together local artists on Nov. 18 for a concert to benefit the Las Vegas Victims Fund. (Emerge/KSNV)

The Emerge Impact and Music Conference is set to take place in April, but the group is also bringing together local artists on Saturday night for a concert to benefit the Las Vegas Victims Fund.

Here with more information is co-founder Mike Henry and performer Mike Xavier.

"In light of the recent tragic event that shook the city of Las Vegas, we've decided to use the collective talents of several of our up-and-coming artists and established thought leaders to give back to those affected," said EMERGE Founder Rehan Choudhry. "Sparking conversation and change through music and culture is at the heart of EMERGE and we look forward to bringing people together for a night of healing and love to give back to our community, neighbors, and friends."

The concert will feature local artists like B. Rose, Mike Xavier, Sabriel, and more, along with touring artists like White Reaper, Mondo Cozmo, and Quinn XCII. 100-percent of proceeds will go to the Victims Fund.

United Blood Services will also be on site to enroll donors and set them up for appointments.

The inaugural conference has also been rescheduled for April 6-8, 2018.

The one-night concert is set for Nov. 18 at Brooklyn Bowl Las Vegas with doors opening at 7 p.m. The cost to get in is a $15 donation.

For more information, visit the Emerge website.

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