Free fundraising show in memory of Ryan Viri
Ryan Viri worked at Johnny V’s downtown, where he protected patrons and tried to keep everyone safe while they spent time downtown listening to music. On the morning of February 12, 2014, he was fatally stabbed after work by someone he had previously thrown out of the bar and on whom he had called the San Jose Police. Crye Wulf BPM is putting on a free show at Johnny V’s to help raise money for Ryan’s funeral and medical expenses. The show is February 20, at Johnny V’s, and it’s for ages 21 and over. Funds will come from the bar profits, and a donation jar will also be available.
If you can’t make that show, or the music isn’t your type of thing, you can still donate to the cause at GoFundMe.
Metblogs sends its condolences to the family of Ryan Viri. My son was friends with Ryan, and he and many others have been crushed by the loss of a good person with a big heart. Let’s hope the mayor can get this type of crime under control, as the loss of life in San Jose recently has been far too tremendous.
February 20, 2014
31 E. Santa Clara Street, San Jose
Doors open at 9pm