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 Luz de Vida II Benefit Concert

Saturday, November 6, 2021
MSA Annex
267 South Avenida del Convento, Tucson, AZ 85745

Doors Open at 6:30 pm | Concert: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm 

Join us on November 6, 2021 for the Luz de Vida II Benefit Concert, a first annual celebration of life as part of the All Souls Procession Weekend. Featuring performances by  XIXASoda Sun, and Hannah Yeun,  all artists on the Luz de Vida II Compilation Album. Presented by Homicide Survivors, Inc., JFCS of Southern Arizona, and All Souls Procession. Click HERE to view the event program. In-person tickets will be available for purchase at the door. 

Support Families of Homicide Victims

All proceeds raised from the raffle, auction, and record sales will support services to provide advocacy, support, and assistance to families impacted by homicide. Click HERE to learn more about the artists featured in our auction and musicians in the album.


Purchase your raffle tickets for your chance to win artwork from local artists. The raffle is open until November 5, 2021, at 12 pm MST.


Place your bids on turntables and other audio items designed by local artists. The auction will close on November 5, 2021, at 12 pm MST.

Pre-order Record

Pre-order Luz de Vida II digital or vinyl album today! This exclusive, pressed-on clear vinyl release from Zia Records is limited to 300 made.

Sponsor Luz de Vida

Help us make an impact in our Tucson community by becoming a sponsor! Our team is dedicated to making this event a success and ensuring your sponsorship is a valuable experience as this will be an annual event within our community. We offer several sponsorship opportunities that will allow for regional and national coverage. Click HERE to view the sponsorship packet. For all sponsorship inquiries, please reach out to Michelle Robinson at

Click HERE to take a look at our current sponsors who are making an impact in our community.

Our Partners

History of Luz De Vida Project

LUZ DE VIDA: A Compilation to Benefit the Victims of the Tucson Tragedy that shook the Tucson community – began in the days after the January 8, 2011 shooting that took the lives of six people and injured 19 others, including Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords. 

Luz de Vida – Spanish for Light of Life – is an expression of community, love, healing, grace, and hope, a positive response from Tucson musicians and national artists. The original Tucson Together Fund ceased in 2013 and since then, funds have been donated to Homicide Survivors, Inc., a local nonprofit who’s mission is to help meet the crisis and long-term needs of families of murder victims through support, advocacy, and assistance. Click HERE to stream the original Luz De Vida album.