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The Boston music scene is coming together to honor the late Caleb Scofield — and raise money for his family — in one of the loudest ways possible.
Bowery Boston announced on Friday “A Celebration of the Life and Art of Caleb Scofield,” a massive June 13 show at Royale featuring performances by Converge, Young Widows, and The Cancer Conspiracy, as well as Scofield’s own Cave In and Old Man Gloom.
Tickets are $40 and are on sale now, with “100% of all proceeds to be donated to the Scofield family,” according to Bowery.
The show follows a continued outpouring of support for the family of Scofield, who was killed in a single-truck accident in New Hampshire on March 28. The 39-year-old musician is survived by his wife, Jen, and their two small children, 7-year-old Sydney and 10-year-old Desmond. A YouCaring page for the Caleb Scofield Memorial Fund has raised more than $116,000 since the crash.