Join us for the 2nd Annual Rock the Red Kettle Concert

We have exciting news!

Our 2nd annual Rock the Red Kettle concert is happening in only one week! That’s right – last year’s inaugural show was such a success that we’re doing it again. We hope you’ll jingle-bell rock out with us on December 17.

In an effort to reach young philanthropists and to promote The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign, the night will include performances by well-known pop-rock bands like Honor Society, Hanson, Colbie Caillat & Greyson Chance. Other performers include Nickelodeon Star and musician, Drake Bell. Stay tuned to the show to see a few surprise guests along the way!

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Hosted by Extra’s Mario Lopez, this multi-act show will take place at Universal City Walk’s brand new “5 Towers” outdoor concert venue in Los Angeles and is FREE to the public. The show begins at 5:00 p.m. PST.

Not in the area? Not to worry! The entire event will be streaming live on, allowing you to Rock the Red Kettle from the comfort of your couch!

If you like what you see, you can ‘click to donate’ on Cambio’s site. For another quick and easy way to donate, you can make an immediate $10 contribution to The Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Campaign by texting the word ‘GIVE’ to 80888 through December 24*.

We’ll be on the scene blogging live from the event and giving you behind-the-scenes pictures and videos from the event. Make sure to check back here for updates!

See you there!

Read the official press release.

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The Red Kettle Campaign is the oldest annual charitable fundraiser of its kind in the United States. Money raised during the campaign helps the Army serve nearly 30 million Americans in need each year in communities nationwide through a wide array of programs including toys for kids, coats for the homeless and food for the hungry. Click here to learn more.

* A one time $10 charge will be added to the donor’s phone bill.  Standard data and text rates apply. Donors must reply “yes” to the confirmation text to confirm their gift.