The Rock Club and VA Healthcare Voluntary Services Long Beach Team for ‘Rock For Vets’ Benefit Concert
2010-04-27 · By Editor
What happens when The Rock Club puts community first? They partner with the VA Healthcare System, Voluntary Services, Long Beach to create a fundraising benefit concert and name it “Rock for Vets.”
On Memorial Day, Monday, May 31, from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m., “Rock for Vets” takes the stage at the CSULB Walter Pyramid. The benefit show will feature such artists as El Chicano, Danny Seraphine (CTA, Chicago), David Elliott (of Dionne Warwick), Mumtaz Morris (of Stevie Wonder), Manny Lagod (of Don Ho), Ed Roth, Ronnie Ciago, Mike Pachelli, Bob Luna, Blue Steel, Assisted Living, Jeff Leland, Blind Ruby, Jason Diaz plus many more special guests.
Funds raised will be provided to the VA Health Care System, Volunteer Services, Long Beach to:
- Create a music rehabilitation wing in the VA Long Beach with musical instruments and coaches.
- Assist the needs of returning soldiers on our own doorstep.
- Create an Education and Awareness Campaign in the community regarding the VA Health Care System in Long Beach and its surrounds.
Rock for Vets is a fundraising concert that should not be missed. Tickets cost $35 for general seating, up to $60 for premium seating and can be purchased on the Rock Club website. Bring your friends, family and business associations because there are group discounts available for purchasing 10 or more tickets.
If you cannot attend Rock for Vets in person, you can still show your support by purchasing “Tickets for Vets.” Simply select the number of extra tickets you would like to purchase amd click the “BUY NOW” link on the Rock Club website, and Veterans can attend the show on your behalf.
For more information, contact Frank McIlquham, director of The Rock Club (866) 597-1116 or send an email to email@example.com.