Band Together's headliners, Metallica, really drew this crowd in Thursday night. All the performers, including Dave Matthews and Dead and Company, volunteered to be a part of this fundraiser - meaning, everyone played for free. And everyone on stage, including former San Francisco Giants star Barry Bonds came in hopes of making a difference.
Thursday night did make a difference to thousands of first responders and fire victims. They were given free tickets, and a priority spot at AT&T Park. Most wore special LED bracelets which lit up in unison to show just how many were impacted by the North Bay fires.
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The house Michelle Hammock grew up in, in Coffey Park is gone.
"It was a punch in the gut, it was crushing," said Hammock.
But Thursday night, offered a little break from reality. From the worries, the fears, the unknown.
"This has been amazing. I feel like I'm back to normal, some kind of normalcy. Very blessed," said Lupita Martinez, North Bay wildfires victim.
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Over and over again, the ones getting the most praise - were the first responders. Many had a hard time with all of the attention.
"Just something like this to give to us back, we don't expect anything ever. I don't ever want anything back. Because it's my job," said Blaine Christiansen, Cal Fire
With the appreciation filling the stadium, Band Together raised more than $15 million.
If you'd like to donate to the concert's relief fund, click here.
Click here for a look back at the North Bay fires on the one month anniversary, and click here for a look back at ABC7 News' comprehensive coverage on this disaster.