For Red Hot Chili Peppers fans who’ve ever wanted to get up close and personal with the band, here's your chance, and it’s all for a good cause.

RHCP bassist Flea, who founded the non-profit Silverlake Conservatory of Music 10 years ago, has announced an event to support the school that will be held at his own Los Angeles home on his birthday - making for quite a momentous day. His bandmate Anthony Kiedis will join Flea in serving as co-host of the very special event.

Set for Tuesday, Oct. 16 the intimate evening will include performances by both Red Hot Chili Peppers and Rancid, in addition to a dinner and a silent auction with all funds benefiting the school. The auction features donations from President Bill Clinton and musicians like Tim Armstrong, Chad Smith, Maroon 5 and more.

A tax-deductible donation of $1500 gets fans in the door; find out all the details here.

According to its website, the Silverlake Conservatory of Music was created “to fill in the cultural landscape of our community” with a promise to “offer the people of our area the opportunity to study music with exceptional teachers at a reasonable price.” That sounds like something we can all rally behind!