If David Hasselhoff is part of an 80s concert filled with artists who came well after the decade, you know it’s going to be one to remember. In a new report, the Strange 80s 2 concert was filled with unexpected numbers from unexpected acts. Though, it does sound like one we would enjoy.
An 80s Concert We Didn’t See Coming
Oddly but awesomely enough, the event was to help raise money for Campaign to Change Direction. The campaign was started by Talinda Bennington, wife of Linkin Park frontman, Chester Bennington who, took his life after a long battle with depression.
“The message was certainly delivered but so was a night of entertainment, highlighted by The ‘Hoff’ himself clad in a black jacket and sunglasses after arriving in his ‘Knight Rider’ car K.I.T.T. He took the stage well after 11 p.m., asking, ‘Are you guys ready to party?’ according to Variety.
“Hoff then performed ‘True Survivor,’ from his 2015 film ‘Kung Fury,’ with a backing group that included Noodles from Offspring.”
There were also acts like ‘Chris Kirkpatrick of ‘NSYNC doing the Outfield’s ‘Your Love’ and Def Leppard’s ‘Pour Some Sugar On Me.'”
To read more about the awesome event for an amazing cause and all of the acts associated with it, click here.