Tuesday, May 06, 2008

Rock 'n' Restock Concert with Bob Schneider and his Bluegrass Masscre - May 22, 2008

If you like BBQ, warm Austin nights, and great music then you need to buy your tickets now for the 5th Annual Rock 'n' Restock Concert on May 22nd at Stubb's BBQ.

Rock ’n’ Restock began in 2004 as the brainchild of Chad and Tara Goldwasser of Goldwasser Real Estate. Initially a client appreciation party, they realized that the event was the perfect way to fulfill one of the company’s missions—to give back to the community—while incorporating Chad’s love of live music. Over the years, the vision has grown, and this year will be the biggest year yet.

In 2007, the event was expanded by inviting members of the general public to attend. What began as a small party has turned into a major event, with more than 700 Austinites rocking to Bob Schneider and raising $10,000 for charity. With Chad’s energy and enthusiasm, there’s no doubt that within five years we’ll be rocking and restocking along the shores of Lady Bird Lake.

Since its inception, proceeds from Rock ’n’ Restock have been donated to the Capital Area Food Bank. Beginning in 2008, the event will also benefit Right Course, a brand new non-profit organization aimed at providing children, who cannot otherwise afford it, the opportunity to participate in organized sports. The organization believes this involvement will teach children important values such as teamwork, leadership, and personal growth that they will use throughout their life. This year with our multiple sponsors, we will raise more than $50,000 for local charities.

Past headliners have included Guy Forsyth, Lavelle White, Grupo Fantasma, and Bob Schneider. This year, Bob Schneider returns with his Bluegrass Masscre, plus opening acts Superpal Universe and Feeding 5,000.

Buy your tickes now!!! Only $25 for a great night at Stubb's BBQ in beautiful Austin, Texas...and support a good cause.

Have A Great Day.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

love it. thanks for your support. lets make this an awesome austin event. hunger does not take a summer vacation...cg