Yesterday (Feb. 3), Timbaland announced that he will be holding another event in Detroit, MI on March 4th, which will include a performance for the Flint, MI water crisis following speculation about issues that transpired at Timbaland’s previous appearance in the Detroit club Bleu this past January during his King Stays King Tour.
Timbaland was still able to help the club raise money for the citizens of Flint, MI, and both Timbaland and the Bleu Nightclub’s spokespersons have decided to move forward by joining again to host another performance in Detroit to raise more money for the citizens of Flint.
Bleu’s owner, Mitchell Jaworski, states, “After speaking with Timbaland, we are pleased that any previous misunderstandings have been talked through, and we can move forward for the greater good benefiting the people of Flint. We are very proud to be an active partner in this effort and that our venue, Bleu Detroit, is hosting this upcoming event. By working together, we hope that we can help the people of Flint in their time of need.” Timbaland added, “I’m looking forward to returning to Detroit for this benefit performance. It has always been about the people of Flint, Michigan so I am grateful to be able to donate even more to address this crisis.”
On March 4th, Timbaland and guests will be performing for Bleu clubgoers. Ticket sales from Bleu Nightclub will go to Flint, MI to help aid them through this water crisis. Additionally, Timbaland will be making a donation to those who are in immediate need for clean water.
In addition to another show in Detroit, Timbaland will also be making up tour dates that were cancelled due to the recent East Coast snowstorm in Washington, D.C. on March 3rd and New York City on March 5th.
Donate to Timbaland’s “Water 4 Flint” Campaign HERE.