After performing in Los Angeles, Vic Mensa will now travel to the East Coast for a hurricane relief pop-up show in New York City.

Partnering with Tidal, Mensa will perform on Saturday, Sept. 30 at the Bowery Ballroom for the MusiCares Hurricane Relief efforts. Fans attending the concert will be required to bring one item that can help those affected by the hurricane to gain entry. But if you can't make it to the show, you can still help. Viewers watching the livestream of the event will be able to donate to the MusiCares fund throughout the livestream.

"With so many heartbreaking events happening across the world, I’m eager to lend my support to victims of the recent hurricanes and other natural disasters,” The Autobiography rapper said. "MusiCares initiative is doing amazing things on behalf of the music community so it’s a perfect match.”

Mensa's pop-up show is just one of the benefit concerts planned by Tidal. On Wednesday (Sept. 27), Tidal revealed the lineup for its third annual Tidal X: Brooklyn concert, which will include JAY-Z, Chris Brown, Cardi B, Remy Ma, Yo Gotti, Joey Bada$$ and many more.

The performers will come together to raise awareness and funds for organizations that support relief and recovery for people affected by natural disasters such as Hurricane Harvey, Hurricane Irma, Hurricane Maria and the earthquakes that occurred in Mexico.

For more details about Vic Mensa's show, you can head here.

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