A plethora of musicians – who’ve performed or recorded with artists and bands such as Aerosmith, Billy Joel, SNL Live Band, Todd Rundgren, Joan Jett, Vanilla Fudge, Richie Sambora and others – will take the stage to rock ‘n’ roll and raise funds to benefit the Special Olympics of South Florida and the Sheriff’s Foundation of Broward County on March 22.

Special Olympics athletes will be special guests at the concert, where they will jam to the music of The RIR All Star Band Featuring:
Ricky Byrd ( Joan Jett and The Blackhearts)

Richie Supa (Aerosmith)

Mark Stein (Vanilla Fudge)

Liberty DeVitto (Billy Joel Band)

Christine Ohlman “The Beehive Queen” (SNL Band)

Muddy Shews (Southside Johnny)

Along with special guests BLUEFIRE BAND and Singer Songwriter Elizabeth Edwards opening the night.


The concert will include a silent auction featuring guitars from some of the best names in rock and sport and music memorabilia.

Event Details:
7-11 p.m. March 22
Revolution Live
100 SW 3rd Avenue, Fort Lauderdale

This event is presented by Rockers In Recovery, Inc., a non-profit created to provide support and funding for musicians and their families suffering from all forms of addiction. The organization provides education and support about addiction as well as treatment to those who cannot afford it.

Tickets are $25 General Admission are available at the door or online here.

V.I.P.Tickets $100.00 (Only 50 Tickets Available) V.I.P. Includes Free Parking, Special V.I.P. Area, Meet and Greet with Bands and Special Guests.

Platinum V.I.P. Package – Call 877-799-8773 For More Information

This is an alcohol-free event.
For more information please contact 877-799-8773

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