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Zedd says ACLU Benefit Show is "not necessarily anti-Trump"

The show "fights for everyone’s liberties"

Zedd has revealed further details on his ACLU benefit concert, that’s set to take place at LA’s Staples Center on Monday 3rd April.

In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, the EDM producer said the benefit came together in less than 72 hours, with acts like Imagine Dragons, Skrillex, Tinashe, Incubus, Macklemore and more slated to perform.

Zedd (real name: Anton Zaslavski) said he was inspired to hold the benefit as he felt a "personal connection" to Trump's travel ban, after he "was born in one country, lived in another and then in another – without a visa or a green card". 

He also added that the ACLU benefit was “not necessarily anti-Trump," but aimed to "fight for everyone’s liberties".

Zedd's ACLU Benefit Show will take place at LA’s Staples Center on Monday 3rd April.

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