This event will mark the 22nd annual Rockers on Broadway, a fun and unique charity concert featuring Broadway’s best rockers performing the biggest hits in rock n’ roll.
The 1980’s were the jam! From the totally tubular neon clothes and teased hair to the outrageous politics, giant computers, boom boxes and, of course…the unforgettable music! ROCKERS ON BROADWAY “80’s REWIND: We Got The Beat” will take you back to the decade of revolutionary changes. We got our MTV and the compact disc so we could listen to the totally diverse music of the time, including pop, new wave, heavy metal, rap, techno pop, and charity rock. Let us take you back in time to celebrate this awesome music!
80's Pop Princess, Debbie Gibson will be honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the event.
There will be an exciting roster of Broadway performers, including Tony Award nominees Eric Anderson (Soul Doctor), Nick Cordero (Bullets Over Broadway), Jarrod Spector (Beautiful: The Carole King Musical), along with Rockers Founder and Director Donnie Kehr (Jersey Boys), Andrea Dora (Tarzan), Preston Truman Boyd (On the 20th Century), Brian Gallagher (Jekyll & Hyde), Michael Lanning (Bonnie & Clyde), Amma Osei (Rock of Ages), Jen Perry (Kinky Boots), Aaron Ramey (The Visit), Jeremy Schonfeld (Spun), Tony Vincent (NBC's "The Voice," American Idiot), and Angela Wildflower (Motown). Additional performers will be announced soon.
Tickets are now on sale at the Le Poisson Rouge box office or by clicking the ticket link below. General admission tickets are $88, standing room tickets are $28, VIP single tickets are $250, VIP table for 2 tickets are $625, and a VIP table for 8 is $2,500. VIP tickets include front row seating, early admission, access to the step and repeat preshow, admission to the exclusive after party, and signed Rockers on Broadway memorabilia. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for VIP guests and 7:00 p.m. for general admission and standing room.
Proceeds from this years event will be distributed between our chosen beneficiaries: Broadway Cares / Equity Fights Aids, Broadway Dreams Foundation, Broadway Bound Kids and The Felix Organization.
The PATH Fund (Performing Artists That Help) is a non-profit organization that gives artists in many fields an avenue to share their unique talents while helping raise money for charities that benefit arts and entertainment organizations. We are a community of artists, writers, musicians, designers, crew, producers, directors and audience members committed to helping people in need and fostering up-and-coming talent.
For more information, visit: www.rockersonbroadway.com.