Tonight's Benefit Show for Breaking Up Walls at Fixx Coffee

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The all-Arizona affair will include eclectic performances from Flagstaff's Jerusafunk, Phoenix's Instructions and Tucson's Arcsin(100) and Whorticulture. And half of the show's proceeds will go to Breaking Up Walls, a non-profit organization that sponsors local youth community art projects.

"We're hoping to raise enough money to do a mural project at a park or school," says event organizer Thomas Sejen.

Local painter and cartoonist Dave Dell'oso will be live painting throughout the evening.  

The event kicks off at 7 p.m. at the Fixx, 15 E. 7th St. in Tempe.  

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