LIVING DEAD GIRL Celebrates the Holidays with Festive Virtual Acoustic Performance

Fast rising Canadian modern metal act LIVING DEAD GIRL has announced a virtual acoustic Christmas performance this Saturday, December 12. The set will feature both LIVING DEAD GIRL and Christmas songs in an intimate performance featuring Molly Rennick’s powerhouse vocals along with guitarist/backing vocalist John Ellis.

Tickets and bundles are available for $20-75, with a portion of proceeds benefiting the Lakefield Animal Welfare Society. Tickets can be purchased at Discounted and exclusive merchandise bundles will also be offered during the streams in exchange for donations to the animal shelter.

“I’m very excited about our virtual show, as it’s the first one we have ever done and won’t be the last,” Rennick says. “Christmas is the season of giving, and my favorite cause to support is our local animal shelter, the Lakefield Animal Welfare Society. It’s no secret that LIVING DEAD GIRL are animal lovers; my family has rescued five cats and one dog, and we like to help out our local shelters whenever we can. Before the pandemic we’d visited the shelter many times to socialize with the cats, donate food, blankets, money, whatever we could. We played a show back in March for my birthday where we raised $2,200 for the shelter, and the happiness that brought me was such an amazing feeling, I wanted to do it again. I hope with this virtual show we are able to make a difference for the animals and volunteers at the shelter and help make their Christmas season a great one!”

The virtual Christmas show will begin at 8 p.m. EST and remain available to ticket holders for 48 hours.