Jaime Bennington, son of late Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington, has joined the lineup for Strange 80s 3D benefit concert presented by non-profit organization Charity Bomb.

Jaime joins many other incredible acts such as Sum 41, No Doubt, Weezer, Jane's Addiction and more.

Check out the full lineup below!

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Hosted by MTV's Matt Pinfield, the 3rd annual charity event will take place June 1 at The Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles.

Jaime was confirmed for the event earlier today, performing alongside artists such as Sugarcult and Bones UK.

Tickets to the event are available here with all proceeds going to Talinda Bennington's mental health initiative, 320 Changes Direction, which serves those who suffer from mental health, depression and addiction issues.

The vent will transform The Fonda Theatre using 3-D production, a classic '80s film set and iconic designs.

Strange 80s 3D benefit concert

Confirmed performers include Jaime Bennington, Lauren Ruth Ward, Gavin Rossdale of Bush, Frank Zummo of Sum 41, Adrian Young of No Doubt, Scott Shriner of Weezer, Jesse Hughes & Jennie Vee of Eagles of Death Metal, Stephen Perkins of Jane's Addiction, Carmen Vandenburg & Rosie Jones of Bones UK, Marko Desantis of Sugarcult, Keith & Michael Jeffre of Atlas Genius, Fabrizio Grassi Main of Supersonic Blues Machine, Slim Jim Phantom of Stray Cats, Shiragirl and more.

For more information on the event, check out their website.

"Music can play an important role for those who are hurting emotionally-it can soothe, heal, and inspire hope. Give an Hour, through our public health initiative, the Campaign to Change Direction, is excited and grateful to partner once again with Charity Bomb for Strange 80s-a wildly fun concert that will definitely be good for everyone's emotional well-being!" explains Dr. Barbara Van Dahlen, Founder and President of Give an Hour.

"Through 320 Changes Direction, our special partnership with Talinda Bennington, we are working to reach those who are struggling so that they know they aren't alone. We want everyone to come out on June 1st, 2019 for the concert-to raise awareness and funds for the work we are doing to change the culture of mental health. With Charity Bomb running the show, we know it will be great fun and a huge success!"

We can't wait for this one!

Are you excited to see some of your favorite artists cover '80s hits for a great cause? What tracks would you like to see them cover? Sound off in the comments below!

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