Concerts for a Cause and Cleveland Rocks 2016 are joining forces in partnership with The Townsend Group, Shamrock Consulting, Rose Strategies and Blue Star Productions, LLC to host a series of private concerts benefiting charity. Concerts will feature major national acts including Lynyrd Skynyrd, The Band Perry, Super Diamond, Rick Springfield, Pat Green, Lee Brice and Kid Rock during the Republican National Convention in Cleveland the beginning July 17th located at Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica at 2014 Sycamore St.
“We are excited at the opportunity to bring top musical talent to Cleveland during the RNC Convention while at the same time raising money for charities that deserve our assistance,” the organizers said. “It’s a very exciting time to be a Republican, and this is where politics, policy and entertainment collide.”
The concert series lineup will include the following:
Sunday, July 17th – Cleveland Rocks 2016 presents Lynyrd Skynyrd
Monday, July 18th – Concerts for a Cause presents Late Night at the Pavilion honoring the House Republican Leadership, the House Republican Conference and the Wisconsin Delegates and national state-level Republican leadership featuring country music stars The Band Perry
Tuesday, July 19th – Concerts for a Cause presents Beads & BBQ – A tribute to the House Republican Whip Team with Super Diamond – The Neil Diamond Tribute band and featuring pop-music legend Rick Springfield
Wednesday, July 20th – Concerts for a Cause presents A Salute to the Innovation Economy with an all-star country music night with starting with the Texas legend, Pat Green and featuring South Carolina native, Lee Brice
Thursday, July 21st – Cleveland Rocks 2016 presents music Legend Kid Rock
Cleveland Rocks 2016 will present various other events throughout the week at separate locations including country artist Chris Janson, a Gospel Brunch featuring Robert Randolph with soul legend Sam Moore and the Ohio Gospel Players and more.
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