Ultimate Jam Night, the weekly free music show held at the Whisky A Go Go in Hollywood, will turn this Tuesday night (June 21) into a live broadcast fundraiser in support of Orlando, Florida’s LGBT Community.
The event is believed to be the first “real-time” worldwide digital fundraiser ever undertaken. Broadcast via Zinna Television, viewers can tune in, and donate money via Bravo Tip or Pay to support the Zebra Coalition, a Central Florida LGBT organization, simply by downloading an app, searching “Ultimate Jam Night” and selecting a donation amount. In real-time, funds are transferred from donor to the organization accounts without delay or middleman processing.
“We’re pleased that the rock music community could come together so quickly and completely in support of the Orlando LGBTQ community,” said Chuck Wright, creator of Ultimate Jam Night. “The shootings at Pulse Nightclub were senseless and our hope is that their community will feel love and aid coming all the way from the west coast.”
For up-to-the-minute news about the event please visit facebook.com/ultimatejamnight for updates leading up to Tuesday’s 8:00 PM showtime.
Ultimate Jam Night features a rotating cast of musicians assembled in an entirely unrehearsed setting. More information can be found by visiting www.ultimatejamnight.com.