Zedd Teams Up with the ACLU to Fight Trump’s Executive Order on Immigration

The Russian-born German DJ announces an April 3rd fundraiser featuring Skrillex, Halsey, Macklemore and more to come.

Patrick Greenby Patrick Green
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One of the more outspoken musicians against President Donald Trump has been Zedd. Now, the Russian-born German DJ/producer is putting his beats where his mouth is by announcing a benefit concert for the ACLU’s fight against the current administration.

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The “WELCOME” fundraiser will take place on Monday, April 3rd, at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. Zedd just Tweeted “Phase 1” of the all-star line-up featuring: Skrillex, Incubus, Macklemore, Tinashe, Imagine Dragons, Daya, and Halsey.

“As an immigrant myself, I feel the need to stand up against the tyranny that threatens our basic human rights,” said Zedd in a press release. 

Zedd also said that more acts will be announced and that tickets will go on sale next Thursday, Feb. 9th.