Green Day's performance at the Dreamforce Gala Concert for Kids on November 19 will benefit Children's Hospital Oakland.
For more than a decade, East Bay rock icons Green Day have made supporting Children's Hospital Oakland a priority. From benefit concerts to online auctions to bringing CHO kids on stage, Green Day has been an amazingly dedicated partner to Children’s Hospital. At the band's request, their headlining performance at the 4th Annual Dreamforce Gala Concert for Kids on November 19 at AT&T Park will benefit their beloved hometown hospital. The concert will also raise funds for UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital.
As parents raising kids here in the Bay Area, the band's members understand firsthand the importance of having a world-class children’s hospital located right here in Oakland. Despite international stardom and a packed performance schedule, Green Day is never too busy to help out sick kids. Most recently, the band's talented trio collaborated with Berkeley's own skateboard legend Jim Thiebaud to sell custom board decks styled after Green Day’s album art, and generously donated a percentage of the sales to Children’s Hospital. Green Day's commitment to Children’s is permanently on display in the lobby of the hospital’s Outpatient Center, where a signed guitar and drum head proudly adorn the walls.
Organized by San Francisco based cloud-computing company, Salesforce, the Dreamforce Gala is anticipated to draw 30,000 attendees, promising to be a home run for Children’s Hospital Oakland! Sponsors will have prominent branding, a special entrance, exclusive seating, a club level cocktail reception and access to the company's legendary After Party with MC Hammer and special guests. This will be an unforgettable VIP experience with top salesforce.com executives and customers in attendance. For more information, visit: The Concert for Kids