WHIPLASH, AT WAR: Benefit Concert For Missing METALLICA Fan Rescheduled

The previously announced hard rock and heavy metal concert to raise money to help in the search for missing Virginia Tech student Morgan Harrington has been rescheduled for January 16 at the Hat Factory in Richmond, Virginia.

WHIPLASH, AT WAR and DANGEROUS NEW MACHINE will take part in the event, which will be held almost exactly three months after Morgan Harrington was last seen at a METALLICA concert in Charlottesville. All proceeds will go to the Find Morgan Fund, which supports the Harrington family's ongoing search efforts.

Scheduled performers:


Tickets will be made available the day of the show at the door — $15.00 all ages. Doors open 8 p.m., by a candlelight vigil. So come out and show your support.

Hat Factory
140 Virginia Street
Richmond, VA
Tel.: 804-788-4281
[email protected]


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