Linkin Park, Common, the Crystal Method, Cut Chemist, Z-Trip and Supernatural will perform at three Los Angeles clubs tonight (Oct. 26) as part of the Sunset Strip Block Party, an event that aims to educate members of the press and entertainment community about SanDisk flash memory cards.

The private event, produced by concert promoter Guerilla Union, will allow 550 guests (including 150 members of the press) to preview and utilize SanDisk's new 8 GB microSDHC and M2 memory flash card during the night's performances. Guests will also receive a free Nokia N95 cell phone, pre-loaded with albums by Common and Z-Trip.

"We're going to educate people at the event about how to use the phone, and encourage them to capture the event throughout the whole night," Michael Romero, senior director of global retail marketing for SanDisk, tells

Participating venues, all located along Los Angeles' Sunset Boulevard, are the Key Club (Linkin Park, the Crystal Method), Roxy (Common, Cut Chemist) and the Viper Room (Z-Trip, Supernatural).

"The event gives people the opportunity to take the live experience a little bit further by sharing it with their friends and family," Chang Weisberg, founder of Guerilla Union, tells "You can take your videos, photos and music from your device, put it on a SanDisk memory card, then take it home, put it on your computer and upload it to your MySpace page -- there's just so much going on there."

SanDisk was also the title sponsor of this year's traveling Guerilla Union-produced Rock the Bells festival, which featured such acts as Rage Against the Machine, the Wu-Tang Clan, Nas, Public Enemy, Cypress Hill, Talib Kweli and the Roots, among other acts.