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Jackson Browne, Bonnie Raitt to perform at pipeline benefit

CANNON BALL, N.D.--Musicians Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt will perform a benefit concert for the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline winter camp at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 27 at the Prairie Knights Casino near Cannon Ball. Performers Joel Rafael and the late J...

CANNON BALL, N.D.-Musicians Jackson Browne and Bonnie Raitt will perform a benefit concert for the anti-Dakota Access Pipeline winter camp at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 27 at the Prairie Knights Casino near Cannon Ball.

Performers Joel Rafael and the late John Trudell's band, Bad Dog, are also scheduled to appear. Others will be announced as they are confirmed.

Sacred Stone spirit camp founder LaDonna Brave Bull Allard will speak at the concert, which is free for the Standing Rock community and people living in the water protector encampments. According to IndianCounty Today, which is reporting the event, free pass cards given out at the camps can be exchanged for complimentary tickets at the casino box office.

"Just as we give thanks for our good fortune and the bounty of our lives as Americans, let us thank the Native people who are gathered here at Standing Rock to protect the natural world and defend our place in it," Browne said on his website.

Proceeds from public sales, which are $30 per ticket, will benefit the Standing Rock Sioux's efforts to stop the pipeline and prepare the camps for winter. General admission tickets are available by calling 800-585-3737 or at www8.ticketingcentral.com/V2/PickASection.aspx?t=DC4391878D4070BB4E7AC39&og=-1.

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