Tonight: A Donation to Doctors Without Borders Gets You Quality Dance Music

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Ramiro spins tonight at the Hope For Haiti benefit event at The Chapel
An all-star line-up of DJs -- including Ramiro, J-Sun and Carlos Mendoza -- will arrive at the Chapel tonight like a Christmas chorus at your doorstep, filling this dark world with cheer and good tidings. With hope, the event will live up to its title, Hope For Haiti, by generating some much-needed donations for Doctors Without Borders' relief efforts in Haiti. The event is part of a larger effort of cities around the world -- including Sydney, L.A. and Dubai -- banding together to turn music into money for the earthquake-ravaged country. Suggested donation is $5 to $10, and The Chapel will donate 10 percent of all revenue to Doctors without Borders. Doors at 7 p.m.

This message says it all: "Stop for a minute and ponder how amazing it is that by simply coming out to enjoy quality music, dance and celebrate our blessings, we can directly save lives and care for those whom are suffering. The people of Haiti need our help. We hope to see you at one of our events." Full lineup after the jump.

Jon Lemmon (Viva, Oseao)

Ramiro (Uniting Souls)

Chad Neiro (Rhythmatik)

Nordic Soul (Decibel)

Kristina Childs (Plasmodium)

Carlos Mendoza (LawnChair Generals)

J-Sun (Innerflight)

Karl Kamakahi (De La Creme)

Kadeejah Streets (Innerflight)

Patrick (Hawaii)

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