Pretty Lights at All Good 2013. Photo by: Matthew McGuire
Pretty Lights at All Good 2013. Photo by: Matthew McGuire

Dial In for a Live Stream Featuring Pretty Lights

The music has just got underway at The Fillmore in Detroit. Pretty Lights is joined with the live band to provide a chilled atmosphere on YouTube.

This stream, along with his NYE run will go to support the people in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Irma and Maria. Help support an awesome cause this holiday season with Pretty Lights.


Pretty Lights Live 2017 New Year’s Run

December 28: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore (w/ Too Many Zooz)
December 29: Detroit, MI – The Fillmore (w/ SoDown)
December 30: Minneapolis, MN – Snowta
December 31: Philadelphia, PA – The Fillmore (w/ Jade Cicada) – SOLD OUT

His management team shared some of their goals to helping Puerto Rico.

Main objectives of United for Puerto Rico:
  • Provide immediate aid to those with the greatest needs with the goal of meeting their basic needs, food, and health in coordination with institutions and FEMA and complementing the efforts of these and federal benefits available through FEMA.
  • Collaborate with NGO’s dedicated to serve the key groups identified in our mission since these entities have the structure, experience and capacity to be  more efficient in this endeavor.
  • Assist small business in communities with financial aid to help them resume operations.
  • Provide information on available federal assistance programs to the public in general and facilitate that the greatest number of individuals who quality for aid programs apply for available aid to leverage all the help that can be garnered for those in need.

Tune in for the live chat on YouTube to catch vibes with fellow PL fans.

Catch the live stream of Pretty Lights on YouTube.

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Matthew McGuire is the founder and editor of Crescent Vale News. In 2014, he acquired a master's degree in Professional Media and Media Management from Southern Illinois University Carbondale.