Kid Rock Headlining "Music Has Power" Benefit Concert

Kid Rock arrives at the Las Vegas premiere of 'The Goods: LIve Hard, Sell Hard' on August 12, 2009 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Credit: Steven Lawton/FilmMagic

Kid Rock is ready to rock for a good cause.

The five-time Grammy-nominated singer is headlining a benefit concert, "Music Has Power," for the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function in NYC on Sept. 2.

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Kid Rock and his band will play a full set at their rare club appearance at Terminal 5.

Proceeds from the annual concert will go to IMNF, a Bronx-based nonprofit agency that was founded on the idea that music has unique powers to heal through innovative music therapy treatments and research.

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Past "Music Has Power" events have featured appearances and performances by the Beastie Boys, Chris Martin, Gwyneth Paltrow, Dustin Hoffman, Moby, Rob Thomas, the B-52's, Rufus Wainright and Vanessa Carlton.

Tickets for the one-time event are $50 or $100. For more information, visit