GrooveSafe will host an all-star lineup of musicians at Denver’s Cervantes’ Other Side on March 11th for a benefit to support the movement of consent in the music community billed, “GrooveSafe Allstars”.

This “Wildcard Wednesday” show will feature some of Colorado’s most pristine musicians for the ultimate jam to bring awareness of unwanted touching and sexual assault at concerts. $1 of every ticket sold will directly benefit GrooveSafe and its movement.

This all-star lineup features Lotus’ own Chuck Morris, Dopapod’s Chuck Jones, and the Magic BeansCody Wales. Rounding out the lineup are seasoned guitarists Marcus Rezak and Mike Pedersen, keyboardist Todd Stoops, and trumpeter Eric Levine. Jessica Jones will be taking lead vocals for the night with some funky, soulful lyrics.

In a statement, GrooveSafe Founder Ashley Driscoll said:

Our goal at GrooveSafe is to be present in the live music scene across all genres to share the message of consent. We are very excited to be working with the team at Cervantes and this incredible group of musicians. We enjoy bringing artists together and sharing awareness through music, as it keeps the conversation about consent going and brings about a change in behavior. Denver has been very supportive of the GrooveSafe mission and we are incredibly grateful.

GrooveSafe strives to keep the conversation going and rebuild a culture with an emphasis on consent. All genders are affected by unwanted touching and assault at live music events and GrooveSafe hopes to bring awareness to all genres, ending the stigma and ensuring live music is enjoyed by all.

Tickets for the GrooveSafe Allstars are on sale now. For more information about GrooveSafe, visit their website.