Dispatch: Zimbabwe - Live at Madison Square Garden Trailer

Dispatch: Zimbabwe - Live at Madison Square Garden Trailer (2008)

29 January 2008 Music 180 mins

Dispatch Zimbabwe documents this unprecedented three-night benefit event reuniting members of Dispatch for a weekend around a cause. The music world was rocked when Dispatch became the first independent band to sell-out the legendary arena (three nights no-less)! More importantly, they proved the healing power of music as the band and fans collectively raised funds and awareness for poverty stricken Zimbabwe.

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United States 29 January 2008

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