The Bob Perks Fund presents

12th Annual Rock The 80’s Concert

Date

Sat, Feb 24, 2024
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Time

7:00 pm

Cost

General Admission - $40 (includes fee); Ticket + Reception Package - $60 (includes fee)

Important Information

Please Note: This year’s Rock the 80’s concert will be a general admission event. The first three rows will be removed for a standing section. Seating will be enforced in the balcony.

Location

The Friedman Auditorium
130 W. College Ave. State College, PA

Organizer

Bob Perks Fund
Bob Perks Fund
Website
https://www.bobperksfund.org/
Category

The Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund presents the 12th annual “Rock the 80s” benefit concert to support local cancer patients. Please join us on Saturday, February 24th at 7 p.m. at The State Theatre for an awesome evening of totally rad 80’s music performed by talented local bands at this highly anticipated event. 80’s attire is highly encouraged! There will be a costume contest with prizes awarded for Best Solo Costume and Best Duo/Group Costume.

The Totally Rad Reception pre-party will be held at the Kish Expect More Store on 114 S. Allen Street from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Cost includes beer, wine, and an array of appetizers. Reception tickets are limited.  

Use promo code “TOTALLY RAD” to get your ticket today!

Featuring
Anchor & Arrow
Collapse
CRUSH
Genuine Red and the Issues
JR Mangan Band
Kevin Briggs Blues Experience
The Extractors
The Long Afternoon

About The Bob Perks Fund

The Bob Perks Cancer Assistance Fund helps ease the financial burden of individuals and families in our community who are battling cancer by providing funding for basic necessities so their focus is on treatment and recovery.

Since our inception in 2006, the Bob Perks Fund Cancer Assistance Fund has raised and allocated over 2.5 million dollars to local cancer patients facing financial hardship in Blair, Centre, Clearfield, and Huntingdon Counties. In 2021, Mifflin and Juniata counties were added to the BPF service area. While the emotional strain of a potentially fatal disease is enormously stressful, it is totally overwhelming when a family is forced to decide between buying food or heating their home. This is where the Bob Perks Fund steps in, providing short-term financial assistance to cancer patients who are unable to pay for basic necessities such as rent, utilities, and food while they are undergoing cancer treatments.

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