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Tidal Plots Benefit Concert for Criminal Justice Reform

Jay-Z’s streaming service returns to Barclays Center for fourth annual charity show

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Tidal is headed back to Brooklyn, New York for its fourth annual TIDAL X: BROOKLYN philanthropic concert.

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Tidal is headed back to Brooklyn, New York for its fourth annual TIDAL X: BROOKLYN philanthropic concert, scheduled for October 23rd at the Barclays Center. The artist-owned music and video streaming platform will donate 100 percent of ticket proceeds to non-profit organizations focused on criminal justice reform, including REFORM and Equal Justice Initiative.

TIDAL X: BROOKLYN raises money to support a specific cause each year. Since its 2015 inception, the concerts have raised over $10 million dollars for social justice, education organizations and disaster relief and recovery.

The event has gathered some of the biggest names in music: Jay Z, Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B, Fifth Harmony, Vic Mensa, DJ Khaled and Kaskade performed at the 2017 ceremony. The 2018 line-up has yet to be announced.

Tickets are currently on sale for Tidal members via the event’s website or directly from the Tidal app, and will go on sale to the general public Friday, September 7th at noon EST via Ticketmaster. Those who can’t attend in-person can livestream the performances and donate at Tidal’s website.

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