MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Hip-hop artist Brother Ali, The New Standards and “American Idol” finalist Paris Bennett are among artists joining a benefit concert for victims of the North Minneapolis tornado.

Other artists added to the lineup for the June 12 concert include Bennett’s mother, former Sounds of Blackness singer Jamecia Bennett; guitarist Dean Magraw; singer Prudence Johnson; and rocker Brian Leighton.

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Organizers of “Northside: A Twin Cities Community Benefit” hope to raise $100,000 for people whose homes and livelihoods were destroyed by the May 22 tornado. Five-hundred tickets will be held for northside residents affected by the storm.

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The concert will be held at The State Theatre in downtown Minneapolis. Tickets go on sale Friday and range from $26.50 to $101.50. Some VIP seats are available for $251.50.

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