Home Outgrown announces holiday benefit show with KOJI and more

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KOJI | photo by Mitch Wojcik | courtesy of the artist

Home Outgrown Presents has grown into one of Philly’s best new show-booking entities over the last year, and they’ve been announcing great shows left and right — including a super-stacked holiday gig that will benefit the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. 

Home Outgrown’s 2nd Annual Holiday Benefit will feature PA punk singer-songwriter KOJI in the headlining slot, plus appearances from Shortly, No Thank You and Cavity Kids. Happening Dec. 28 at Everybody Hits, it’s the perfect show to keep that holiday spirit going while helping out a good cause.

It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from KOJI, whose most recent release is the single “Keeping Count” — listen below.

Detroit singer-songwriter Alexandria Maniak makes up Shortly — listen to their tunes here via Bandcamp. No Thank You are relative newcomers to the Philly punk scene; they recently released Jump Ship, and can also be found playing Lame-O Records’ 5th Birthday Show on Nov. 26. Fellow Philadelphians Cavity Kids have a debut album out now, plus a show at Kung Fu Necktie on Nov. 29.

Find tickets and more information on the benefit show over on its Facebook event page, and check out the show poster below.

Home Outgrown Presents 2nd Annual Holiday Benefit | artwork by Sean Rynkewicz

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