To mark the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy, Kurt Sutter and three Sons of Anarchy cast members will be at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, New Jersey on Sunday, November 10, 2013.
The show's creator - along with Katey Sagal, Kim Coates and Theo Rossi - will be on hand to host a benefit for victims of that natural disaster, with proceeds going toward the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund and Staten Strong charities.
Rossi helped create the latter and you can learn more about its efforts in the following PSA:
Fans who purchase tickets will be treated to an advanced screening of the subsequent Sons of Anarchy Season 6 episode, which will be followed by a Q&A with Sutter, Sagal, Coates and Rossi.
Tickets are currently available through Brown Paper Tickets and 100% of the ticket sales will go directly to the Hurricane Sandy NJ Relief Fund and Staten Strong in support of their efforts to assist families and communities rebuild.
"I'm a Jersey boy, born, bred and beaten,” says Sutter. “When Sandy hit and fucked up the state, the initial outpouring of aid was fantastic, but a year later, only a fraction of the damage has been repaired. I wanted to do something to help, not just with some cash, but also to remind folks that people in South Jersey still need aid and services. They need a break. "
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