Peace, Love and Labras kicks off Saturday night at Westside Bowl in Youngstown and will help raise money for charity.

"A way to kind of give back to the community," Adrian Labra said. "We've been fortunate enough to play in the area for the last 5-6 years and have really felt the love from the community. We really wanted to end this year with a bang as much as possible."

The Labra Brothers will be joined by Eastwood, a soul and pop band from Columbus and Matt Jackson, a singer/songwriter from Youngstown.

"We just feel like the bands on the bill are all a really good fit and so we are really excited to work with these guys and share the stage with them," Adrian said.

Thanks to sponsorships, 100% of ticket sales will be donated to the Austintown chapter of the St. Vincent de Paul Society.

"I helped them do one of their give outs, food giveaways, which they do four a year and I just saw the impact it had on the local community and I thought it would be a great thing for us to contribute to," David Labra said.

The Labra Brothers just recently released a new song called, "Fire." They plan to sing it Saturday night.

"It was a really cool project because it's out of our regular genre, it's more folk-americana side but we definitely have influences from that kind of music too," David said. "It presents a different side of us and was a really fun project to work on."

The Labra Brothers say they are also working on a five song EP that "Fire" will be part of and they hope to release it in the Spring of 2022.

For Saturday night, doors open at 6 p.m. and music begins at 7 p.m.

Tickets are $12 presale or $15 at the door. You will need to show proof of vaccination or a negative covid test from the past 48 hours to get in.

The Labra Brothers say Santa will make a special appearance and this will be a night for the whole family.

"We really want to stress it's a family event," Adrian said. "Come and bring your families, get your picture taken with Santa Claus in front of our holiday backdrop and have a good time."

If anyone needs extra assistance, you can reach out to Bonnie Zoldak at St. Vincent de Paul at 330-259-6750.