Rockin’ The Park Benefit Concert Will Help Raise Money for the Intrepid Fallen Heroes Fund (IFHF).
Be sure to drop by Village Park in Cranbury to hear the music of six great bands, taste the great food served up by eight local food vendors, and support a worthwhile cause.
Alan Stefanowicz, Rockin’ The Park concert producer, will be hosting this first ever fundraiser from 3:30-10 PM on September 19. In the event of inclement weather, a rain date has been set for September 26 (same concert times).
Be one of the first fifty people to arrive at 3:30 PM to be eligible (must be 21 or older) to win a wine tasting gift certificate for ten people, compliments of the Hopewell Valley Vineyard.
Food vendors include Cranbury Bagel Barn, Gil & Bert’s Ice Cream, Zinna’s Bistro, Double D Smoothies, Maglione’s Italian Ices, Northeast Kettle Corn, Girardi’s Kabobs, and the Texas Roadhouse.
Rockin’ The Park will feature performances by East Brunswick School of Rock, Honey Spot Boulevard, Casino Sundae, Newborn Kings, Barbara Harley Band, and Quincy Mumford and The Reason Why.
At 4PM there will be a very special opening ceremony featuring the Princeton University ROTC color guard, who will present our colors. Allison Spann (Princeton H.S. student) will accompany the color guard to sing our National Anthem.
Proceeds from this event will go to the IFHF, an organization that provides medical support to our brave military men and women returning from Iraq and Afghanistan with PTSD and traumatic brain injuries. IFHF is in the process of building nine medical centers of excellence to treat these war related conditions.
For additional information, be sure to visit www.rockintheparkconcert.com, where you can read interesting articles, learn about the bands, get driving directions, FAQ’s, and admission fees. Concert t-shirts will be available for purchase for $10. Please be sure to LIKE us on Facebook.