Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds Want You To Just Give

Dave Matthews & Tim Reynolds will soon have a large sum of money to give away – and they want fans to decide which charities receive the donations.

The two musicians have added two special shows to their tour itinerary with all proceeds going to charity via a partnership with JustGive.org.

The gigs take place Dec. 6-7 at Marion Oliver McCaw Hall in Seattle.

According to representatives for Matthews, the two shows are expected to bring in an estimated total of one million dollars. The donations are being funded by Matthews and a generous supporter.

Photo: Andrew Markowitz
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington, D.C.

For every $135 ticket purchased, the buyer will receive a $150 credit at JustGive.org in which they can choose which charity to support. Fans will have plenty of causes to choose between as the site hosts over 1.8 million charities.

Tickets went on sale today to the Warehouse, DMB’s official fan association. The Warehouse Ticketing Request Period closes Nov. 1 at 12 noon EST. It is not first come, first served. New members are invited to place a request at any time during the open request period. VIP Packages are also available at a cost of $375 with each VIP package including a unique code for $300 in donations at JustGive.org.

Tickets go on sale to the general public Nov. 6.

In addition to performing with Matthews as an acoustic duo, Reynolds is currently one of the touring members of the Dave Matthews Band. He’s also previously hit the road as part of Dave Matthews & Friends. The multi-instrumentalist has provided studio work for a number of Dave Matthews Band albums, including the band’s most recent release, 2009’s Big Whiskey and the GrooGrux King.

Matthews and Reynolds have released three live albums including 2010’s Live in Las Vegas, 2007’s Live at Radio City and 1999’s Live at Luther College.

For more information, click here for Dave Matthews Bands’ website.    

Click here for JustGive.org.