Southern California Bands Unite To Rock Out For A Cause At Text Kills® K-Jam Wild Hearts Concert 2013

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5 So-Cal bands join forces to raise awareness of distracted driving at K-JAM concert series at Mission Viejo, CA’s Kaleidoscope Center

Mission Viejo, Ca. February 23, 2013. Five of Orange County's most rocking, crowd-pleasing bands are stepping up to perform at the second Text Kills K-Jam Concert: Wild Hearts.  The show is in suite 329 on the top floor at Kaleidoscope, off Crown Valley Parkway in Mission Viejo.  Text Kills has a proven record in community outreach and safety awareness, and is dedicated to educating about the deadly issue of distracted driving.  The Text Kills Tour Bus traverses the country, collecting signatures on its sides from people pledging not to text and drive. K-JAM Wild Hearts will be sure to continue in this tradition of educational entertainment and the collaboration of top local teen talent with community leader Text Kills has already drawn a much deserved media frenzy, with Indie 104FM LA broadcasting the event live and local coverage by OC Weekly.

The Lineup: Crown Valley Parkway (Laguna Niguel), Juice Box Bandits (Fullerton), False Puppet (Santa Barbara), Ugly Paint (Laguna Niguel), and Later Days (Santa Monica) are sure to rock the 24,000+ square feet venue with their sets of indie rock and punk melodies. Attendees may recognize Later Days’ song “PCH (Hustle This Place)” as the theme song of the VH1 reality show Saddle Ranch or from its rotation on KIIS FM, who awarded the band their Breakout Star Award in 2010.  The emcee for the evening will be Text Kills Producer/Volunteer Blake Stoudt of Laguna Niguel.

Event Details:                                                                                        

What: 5 bands, 4 hours, and heart-pounding, energetic, upbeat entertainment!

Where: Kaleidoscope Center in Mission Viejo, CA (in the old Bally's location).

When: February 23rd, 2013 from 6:30 PM to 10:30 PM. Doors open at 6pm.

Cost: $10 tickets available at the door. Limited V.I.P. tickets available for $20.

What You Get: Entry to the show and opportunities to take photos with the bands! V.I.P. tickets get special stage viewing, an event poster signed by all the bands, and a backstage pass!

Win Prizes: Guitar Center of Lake Forest has donated a Fender Starcaster guitar pack (complete with amplifier), two didgeridoos, a set of bongo drums, and twenty pairs of drumsticks to be raffled off to lucky event attendees.

What You’re Supporting:

A portion of this event’s proceeds will be donated to Text Kills to help fund their nationwide trek to put an end to distracted driving and make our roads safer for everybody. The Text Kills Tour Bus will be at the event, and concert goers will be encouraged to physically sign the bus, showing that they agree that "Texting While Driving is a Bad Practice."

Sponsors And Partners: This event has raised much support from sponsors in the community, including the Kaleidoscope Center, Text Kills ®, Fan Apps ™, Indie 104FM LA, KX 93.5 FM, Guitar Center, Iconosys, Inc., Bully Buster USA™, Case Sandberg Photography, Pete’s Music, OC WEEKLY, California Highway Patrol, Zen Dojos Martial Arts Academy, California Krav Maga, MasterDrive, Impact Teen Driving, the Travel Orange County Visitor Guide, and Monster Offers (OTCBB: MONT).

More About Text Kills K-Jam Wild Hearts Concert 2013:

The Text Kills K-Jam Wild Hearts Concert event is for all ages.  Sure to attract large crowds of teens from local high schools and junior high schools (and adult fans as well), the event’s purpose is to create a fun and safe place to go on a Saturday night, where people can enjoy music and spend time with friends while giving back to the community, supporting worthy causes, and raising awareness about a lethal killer: distracted driving. 

About Text Kills:

Text Kills is a donation-supported outreach program that regularly partners with law enforcement, fire/safety authorities, schools, other non-profits, and community outreach programs in an effort to educate and increase public awareness concerning the dangers of cell phone use while driving or when used to bully and harass (cyberbullying).

Since its inception in 2010, the efforts of Text Kills have resulted in more than 75,000 persons who have taken the pledge, agreeing that "Texting and/or Talking on the Phone While Driving is a Bad Practice."  Text Kills has been featured on more than 500 TV stations, newspapers, and radio shows across the country.

Media Contact:

K-Jam Wild Hearts: For information about the event or to interview the bands, contact Blake Stoudt at blake@iconosys.com

Text Kills (www.textkills.com):

Ryan Foland - (949) 335-5350 - textkills@gmail.com 



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