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B-Sides: Copper & Congress 

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Live music is good fun, sure, but one concert aims to be a bit more this week. Benefitting Coalición de Derechos Humanos, Copper & Congress, PIPELiGHTS and Tina Estes will perform at The Flycatcher (340 E. Sixth St.) on Thursday, May 19. The nonprofit organization has been raising awareness for migrant issues, reconnecting families and educating communities for 30 years, and 100-percent of the concert's door price will go to aid the organization in its fight for human rights. Plus, a $5 suggested donation really isn't a lot to ask for a night full of Arizona music. For more information on the organization, check out derechoshumanosaz.net, and for more on upcoming Flycatcher events, go to flycatchertucson.com.

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