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Connor BarwinPhiladelphia Eagles linebacker Connor Barwin will be hosting a benefit concert at Philadelphia music venue Union Transfer on Friday, June 20th. The concert, hosted by The Make the World Better Foundation, established in 2013 by Barwin, will be raising funds for a park revitalization project benefiting children in the community.

Doors for the concert open at 8 p.m. and will include performances by The Districts, The Tontons and 2013’s “Philly Artist of the Year” Kurt Vile and the Violators.

“By Partnering with Union Transfer and musicians Kurt Vile, The Tontons and The Districts, we hope to bring together the local athletic and artist communities in order to bring about positive change for the children of our city,” Barwin said.

All proceeds from the event will be matched by The Make the World Better Foundation for the revitalization project at Ralph Brooks Park in South Philadelphia. Prior to the concert there will be a VIP meet and greet at 7 p.m. with the participating musicians, Connor Barwin, and several of his Eagles teammates including LeSean McCoy, DeMeco Ryans, Jason Kelce and more.

Barwin played collegiately at the University of Cincinnati and was a 2nd Round draft choice by the Houston Texans in the 2009 NFL Draft. After playing four seasons with the Texans he signed a six year, $36 million contract with the Philadephia Eagles in 2013. A leader both on and off the field for the Eagles, Barwin is one of the most consistent and fierce defensive players in the NFL.

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