Apple continues to raise awareness for (RED) even after World AIDS Day is over. This time, the Cupertino-based company has announced that Fall Out Boy’s lead guitarist and vocalist, Patrick Stump, will be featured in a special music event hosted by the company. Stump will be speaking about Apple’s GarageBand app as a part of the (RED) AIDS initiative. The live music event will be on Thursday December 4th and was announced on Apple’s App Store Twitter. It was said that the live event will be happening at 8pm at New York City’s SoHo Apple Store.

If you go to Apple’s official website, you will see that the company is promoting apps for (RED) until December 7th. All proceeds will apparently be donated to the Global Fund organization. When you launch iTunes, you will see the following:

From November 24th- December 7th, every time you purchase a participating (Product) RED app or In-App Purchase item, 100% of the proceeds go to the Global Fund. So, while you’re enjoying these amazing apps, you’ll also be making a difference in the continued fight against AIDS.
The Cupertino-based company is a big supporter of the (Product) RED organization, as they have partnered together for many years now. Just two days ago, we reported that Tim Cook and (RED) exec Deborah Dugan made a surprise visit to the Apple Store in Georgetown. They also changed their iconic white logo in Retail Stores to a bright red color in support of World AIDS Day.

For those who are interested in seeing Fall Out Boy’s Patrick Stump in New York City tomorrow, can check SoHo’s Apple Store informational page for reservations.

Source: Twitter (via AppStore), Apple