Letters To Cleo team with Girls Rock Campaign Boston for benefit show at the Sinclair

Letters To Cleo shows are always a good time. Now there’s one for a good cause, as well.

The reunited Boston alt-rock band is celebrating their long-awaited comeback with an intimate club show at the Sinclair on November 20, and it’s doubling as a fund raiser for Girls Rock Campaign Boston. The sold-out show is presented by Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Do617, and WERS 88.9 FM, and powered by Vanyaland, Island Creek Oysters, and Cambridge BBQ joint Smoke Shop.

We reached out to Letters To Cleo singer Kay Hanley to find out why they’re partnering with Girls Rock Campaign, and you can watch her response via Instagram below. Hanley says: “It’s an organization that encourages girls to gain confidence through performance, collaboration, creativity, and making noise. Which is something I can relate to very deeply.”

Want to party with everyone? There are a few ways to get in.

To get a ticket immediately, there are five VIP passes left through the Letters To Cleo PledgeMusic Campaign, an ongoing crowfunding effort that helped support the band’s new EP, Back To Nebraska.

To take your chances via contests, there are a handful ways to increase your odds of winning. In addition to giveaways by each presenter and sponsor, we here at Vanyaland have a few pairs of tickets to give away, and you can enter through our official Letters To Cleo V:List page. We’ll announce the winners on Thursday, November 17.

One more time: Win tickets to Letters To Cleo’s sold-out Sinclair show!

Once you’re in the room, there are other ways to contribute to Girls Rock Campaign Boston. Tito’s Handmade Vodka will be matching donations to the organization, up to $5,000, by donating $1 for every Tito’s Handmade Vodka cocktail sold at the show. So now not only are you rocking out for a good cause, but now you’re drinking for a good cause as well! Girls Rock Campaign Boston will be at the Harvard Square rock club to take on-site donations as well.

It all adds up nicely. But don’t take our word for it. Listen to Hanley.