DEF LEPPARD guitarist Vivian Campbell will play for the Hollywood United soccer team when it goes up against the Los Angeles Galaxy in a special charity match on November 4 at 5:00 p.m. on the campus of California State University - Dominguez Hills. All proceeds from the match, including donations collected on the day of the game, will go to the American Red Cross and The Salvation Army to aid in their efforts to assist those affected by the wildfires. The Los Angeles Galaxy Foundation will also raise funds through a silent auction at the stadium, featuring autographed Galaxy and other sports memorabilia as well as items contributed by Hollywood United. These items include a signed guitar from Vivian, a "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" script signed by Michael Douglas, and a "Without A Trace" script signed by star Anthony LaPaglia.Commented Vivian: "Who knows, maybe I get to swap shirts with David Beckham after the game and we can auction that, too." For more information, visit MSLnet.com.
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