Bryan Dilberian Benefit Concert

April 27, 2012

About Army SPC Bryan Dilberian

While on a routine patrol an IED exploded. Instantly Bryan’s best friend PFC Jimmy Waters was killed. In that moment Bryan was also hit by shrapnel himself and critically wounded. His battle began. On the field he was given first aid and within 4 days journeyed to Kandahar, Germany and home to the United States. Initially Bryan lost an enormous amount of blood, but miraculously the fighter in him held on. Bryan lost both legs below the knee and his left arm below the elbow. Read his full bio.

The Show

On Friday April 27, 2012 Gary Sinise & the Lt. Dand will perform a concert at the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Brooklyn College. The performance is a joint effort between the Gary Sinise Foundation and Tunnel to Towers Foundation.

Proceeds Will Benefit

Building for America’s Bravest™. All soldiers encounter difficulty returning to their lives as civilians, but multiple amputees face the incredible challenge of this adjustment without their limbs. Together with Tunnel to Towers Foundation, we’re helping to construct customized smarthomes for America’s most severely injured veterans.

Together, we’ve already helped to build a home for Army Specialist Brendan Marrocco. Check out this video below to learn more.

Sponsored By

You can become a sponsor by contacting [email protected].

Event Details


Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, Brooklyn College
2900 Campus Road
Brooklyn, NY 11210
United States
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