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Papa Roach changes location of Vacaville benefit show

Papa Roach, the multi-platinum selling rock band that rose from Vacaville, plays a benefit in its hometown stomping grounds on April 18.
Papa Roach, the multi-platinum selling rock band that rose from Vacaville, plays a benefit in its hometown stomping grounds on April 18. David E. Jackson

The last time we caught up with Papa Roach, the band had just rocked The Warfield in San Francisco in support of its latest album, “F.E.A.R.” Papa Roach had bypassed the greater Sacramento area on that late-winter tour, but does have a somewhat local show on the books. Papa Roach will perform in Vacaville, the town which spawned the multi-million sellin rock band, for a benefit show on April 18.

The concert, with proceeds going toward the NorthBay Cancer Center, was originally scheduled to take place at a city park in Vacaville. But that location has been changed, and the show will now go down at Theatre DeVille in Vacaville (308 Main St.). According to a press release the move was made “to feature the band in a more intimate venue than the previously planned site.”

Tickets for the show go on sale at 11 a.m. Saturday, and cost $200 for general admission and $500 for a VIP package that includes a meet-and-greet with the band. To score those tickets, visit www.paparoach.com.

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