One night and eight hours of constant music. This was the plan for Jam for Cam, the second annual fundraiser created to honor Cameron Fearon, a 19-year-old University of Georgia student and Sigma Nu fraternity member who died of metastatic melanoma in August 2018. The event brought out a little less than 10,000 people to Southern Brewing Company on Friday, Oct. 11. After a lineup of local musicians, a special SBC brew for the event, and merchandise sales and donations, the organization met its $100,000 goal it planned to raise for skin cancer charities. 

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