Lynyrd Skynyrd, Joan Jett headline Second Annual RockFest 80’s

Sixteen bands will perform the second annual festival

Lynyrd Skynyrd and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts are set to headline the Second Annual RockFest 80’s on November 4th and 5th at C.B. Smith Park in Pembroke Pines, FL. A total of 16 bands will grace the RockFest stage during the two day event including Cheap Trick, Sebastian Bach, Dokken, Foghat, Lita Ford, The Outlaws, Little River Band, Steelheart, Jack Russell’s “Great White,” Quiet Riot, South Florida’s local hero’s “Mr. Nice Guy” and Coral Springs local rockers Stellar Revival.

General admission single day tickets run $79 each or $129 for both days. A limited number of single day VIP tickets are $239 each or $429 for both days. VIP passes feature VIP parking, VIP hospitality tent with patio, two complimentary drinks and snacks, access to VIP hang area with dedicated bar, beverage and food options at an additional charge, VIP viewing area, VIP commemorative RockFest 80’s laminate and give-a-ways. Tickets are on sale now.

RockFest Concerts LLC is an innovative company with more than 100 years of entertainment experience behind the Second Annual RockFest 80’s. The two-day musical festival celebrating 80’s music and pop culture will bring a true rock festival back to South Florida annually, with this multiple artist event catering to 80’s rock music fans. There are many sponsorship opportunities for brands and businesses to partner in on including VIP Experience hospitality tent sponsorship, a Muscle Car Alley, a Street Art Exhibition, A “Rock UR Locks” hair styling tent, a merchandise midway, a DJ Village, Battle of the Bands, Storage Lockers and Charging Station area with sponsorship available for locker wrapped billboards and much more.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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