Rex Foundation ‘Bound To Cover Just A Little More Ground’ At 2022 Benefit Concert

Melvin Seals & JGB and Lebo & Law with special guest Vicki Randle will perform at the event.

By Scott Bernstein Oct 21, 2022 12:15 pm PDT

The Rex Foundation will host its annual benefit concert at The Fillmore in San Francisco on December 3 after a two-year hiatus. “Bound To Cover Just A Little More Ground” will feature performances by as well as Lebo & Law consisting of Lebo (Dan Lebowitz) and Scott Law with special guest Vicki Randle.

Tickets are on sale now. All tickets come with a commemorative event poster. Tickets also include access to a Pre-Show Reception consisting of a seated dinner with gourmet food, wine and beer. Buy tickets for the 2022 Rex Foundation Benefit via GiveSmart.com.

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The Rex Foundation shared the following about the event:

We always try to have a little fun when coming up with the name for our Rex events. This year we decided on Bound to Cover Just a Little More Ground, which to us speaks to our collective resilience and focus to remain steadfast in our desire to bring about positive social change. This focus has been validated every time we are able to pick up the phone and let a new grantee know that they have received a grant from our community that recognizes the inherent value of the work they are doing. Rest assured that collectively we are all making a difference in a myriad of ways that spans oceans and continents.

Founded by the Grateful Dead family and friends in 1983, the Rex Foundation is a non-profit organization that “aims to help secure a healthy environment, promote individuality in the arts, provide support to critical and necessary social services, assist others less fortunate than ourselves, protect the rights of indigenous people and ensure their cultural survival, build a stronger community, and educate children and adults everywhere.” The Rex Foundation supports the efforts of small nonprofit organizations doing work in its impact areas via grants. Help the Rex Foundation by donating through its website.

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