For tonight, we RAWK: Fünde Razor 2008

If you’re in either NYC, San Francisco, or Denver, tonight’s the night you get to rock out for a good cause at the fourth annual Fünde Razor, the officially-sanctioned fund raising event for Penny Arcade‘s Child’s Play charity, which is dedicated to improving the lives of children with toys and games in their network of over 40 hospitals worldwide.

Fünde Razor is all about playing Rock Band, drinking some beer, having a great time and entering raffles to win prizes. If you’re in New York, there’s also a Rock Band tournament, which some of us (*ahem, like yours truly*) are waaay too rather excited to participate in. All proceeds from the raffles and tournament go directly to Child’s Play.

Here’s the pertinent info for each event:

New York City
• Where: Village Pourhouse
• Address: 64 Third Avenue at 11th Street, New York, NY [Google Map]
• When: 7PM to Midnight. (The raffle and prizes should be wrapped up earlier.)
• Age: 21 and over.
• Price: Free, but bring money for raffle tickets and donations!
• Hosts: Joel Johnson of Boing Boing and Offworld, Miguel “Smeeguel” Molinari and Jennifer Boere of RockGamer.com

In addition to the raffle and good ol’ free play, there will also be a Rock Band tournament for $20 a person (rules here). See more details about the tournament at RockGamer.com. Also, the Tor.com crew and friends will be out in full effect, cheering on the bands and having a Good Time In General.

Denver
• Where: Mercury Cafe
• Address: 2199 California St., Denver, CO [Google Map]
• When: 7PM to 11PM. (The raffle and prizes should be wrapped up earlier.)
• Cost: $10 door charge!
• Age: 18 and over.
• Host: Brian Crecente of Kotaku.

San Francisco
• Where: Shine
• Address: 1337 Mission St. (between 9th and 10th), San Francisco, CA [Google Map]
• When: 7PM to Midnight. (The raffle and prizes should be wrapped up earlier.)
• Age: 21 and over.
• Price: Free, but bring money for raffle tickets and donations!
• Hosts: Brian Lam and Jason Chen of Gizmodo.

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