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Legendary Rock Icon Chris Cornell to Perform One-Night Acoustic Concert to Benefit the Fulfillment Fund

April 29, 2010

LOS ANGELES, April 29 /PRNewswire/ — DREAM 2010 concert benefiting the Fulfillment Fund will take place on Monday, May 3, 2010 at the famed Roxy Theatre on Sunset Boulevard. The concert features a special acoustic performance by legendary rock musician Chris Cornell, singer, songwriter and lyricist for Soundgarden, Temple of the Dog and Audioslave. Dream 2010 pays tribute to Fulfillment Fund students who have beaten all odds to become college graduates and raises critical dollars to support the next generation of students.

More than 500 guests are expected to attend this concert chaired by Fulfillment Fund Board Member Eric Esrailian, M.D. (David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA) and co-hosted by Vicky Cornell, Jay Landers (Fulfillment Fund Board Member), Nick Styne and Roeg Sutherland (Creative Artists Agency) and Paris Kasidokostas-Latsis and Terry Dougas (1821 Pictures).

The show will begin promptly at 8:00pm (Will Call opens at 7:00pm). Following the concert, there will be an intimate meet-and-greet VIP reception catered by Wolfgang Puck. Individual tickets are $100 and VIP packages range from $250 – $2000 (limited number of seats available).

The Roxy Theatre is located at 9009 Sunset Boulevard, West Hollywood, CA 90069. To purchase tickets, please call (310) 201-5033 or email Lauran@lpaevents.com. For more information, please visit www.fulfillment.org/dream.

For over 33 years, the Fulfillment Fund has been dedicated to providing first-generation, low-income students with the support necessary to graduate from high school and get into college. Through mentoring, classroom instruction, college counseling and scholarships the Fulfillment Fund helps shift students’ beliefs about their educational potential and provides them with the information and motivation they need to pursue a college degree. Fulfillment Fund students graduate from high school at higher rates than their peers and the majority go on to college. Learn more at www.fulfillment.org.

SOURCE Fulfillment Fund


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