By on

Here’s your chance to see some of your favorite rock stars in a setting not normally associated with rock ‘n’ roll decadence: a bowling alley.

The VH1 Classic Rock Autism Celebrity Bowl-Off will take place tomorrow, November 13, at the Lucky Strike Lanes in Hollywood, and will be hosted by actress Holly Robinson-Peete, NFL legend Rodney Peete, and former Jane’s Addiction guitarist Dave Navarro. Rockers expected to put their best bowling skills on show include Meatloaf, Slash, and members of Velvet Revolver, Camp Freddy, Anthrax, Great White, Ratt, Warrant, Lit, L.A. Guns, Candlebox, Nelson, Cinderella, and many more.

The evening will benefit three autism organizations: The HollyRod Foundation , ACT Today!, and The Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation for Autism.

“Since launching VH1 Classic’s Rock Autism initiative last year, we’ve received overwhelming interest, feedback and assistance from people whose lives have been affected by autism,” said Tom Calderone, President, VH1. “We’re so proud to partner with hollyrod4kids, ACT Today! and the Doug Flutie, Jr. Foundation on Rock Autism’s first-ever large-scale event. We also appreciate all of the artists, celebrities and music fans who are coming out to support what’s sure to be a fun and successful night.”

The event will also feature an auction that includes items such as signed guitars from Linkin Park and Tom Petty, as well as the chance to play the Rock Band 2 video game against a surprise rock legend.

More information about the event can be found at the VH1 Classic Rock Bowl-Off website.

comments powered by Disqus

Latest news

30th Anniversary Broadcast Of America's Night Of Remembrance

30th Anniversary Broadcast Of America's Night Of Remembrance May 24, 2019

PBS’s multi award-winning NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT returns live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol for a special 30th anniversary broadcast hosted by Tony Award-winner Joe Mantegna and Tony-nominated actress and star of TV’s FALLING WATER, THE WEST WING and THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT, Mary McCormack. More
More news