Emily & Anna Weisband this Saturday at Coffee With a Cause

If you are in the Fredericksburg / Culpeper area of Virginia this Saturday you are in for a treat.  This Saturday, September 25th at 7PM Emily & Anna Weisband will be performing at Coffee With A Cause, a great coffee shop located in Locust Grove where all of the proceeds goes to fund an orphanage in Indonesia.  I don’t know why I support this coffee shop because most supporters of abortion believe pro-lifers only care about babies before they are born, never after.  But, hey I love bucking trends, haha.  JUST JOKING!!  I support this coffee shop because it’s a great cause!  And so should you!  Oh, and also they carry some Rock For Life Merchandise!

So, this Saturday head over to 32345 Constitution Highway, Locust Grove, Virginia to buy some good coffee and listen to some great music.

Emily & Anna Weisband is on our list of life supporting artists.  They are great young ladies with great hearts for spreading the LIFE. message.  They have played a couple Rock For Life events.  Check them out here or online here, here or here.

Rock For Life Relaunch Party this Saturday

Media Release

For immediate release
July 22, 2010

Media Contact: Erik Whittington, 540-840-9764, erik@rockforlife.net

Ventura, Calif. Rock for Life Ventura County and Rock for Life Los Angeles are proud to announce the hosting of Rock for Life’s relaunch party. This event takes place this Saturday, JULY 24th at Epic Ventura in Ventura, California. “There is not a better place to host our re-launch party than in Southern California, the birthplace of Rock for Life,” said Erik Whittington, executive director of Rock for Life.  “RFL Ventura County and RFL Los Angeles have been instrumental these last several years in advancing RFL’s work in Southern California.  We are excited to celebrate on home turf.”

Headlining the event will be Alakrity, longtime supporters of Rock for Life and constant advocates of the pro-life message. “We love playing Rock for Life shows and speaking for preborn children through Rock for Life avenues,” said Phil Carper, lead singer and guitarist for the Beloit, Wisconsin-based pop-punk band.  Alakrity has played many Rock for Life shows including Washington, D.C.; Hagerstown, Maryland; Thousand Oaks and Ventura, California. “We are excited to be a part of this historic event,” continued Carper.

Also opening up for Alakrity is Ventura’s own 16 Scandals, featuring Mikee Bridges, the executive director of Epic Ministries, which is also located in Ventura.

The entire event will be ‘80s themed, so all are encouraged to get out your best ‘80s wear and make a fun night out of it. Prizes and giveaways will be awarded to the best dressed.

Speaking at the event will be Tina Whittington, Rock for Life’s past Esther Project director and current spokesperson for RFL.  This will also be Rock for Life’s first event launching a new line of pro-life t-shirts.

Tickets are available at GodSpace Bookstore in the Janss Marketplace in Thousand Oaks for $10 or $12 at the Door.  ALL AGES are welcome.  You can RSVP at the Facebook event page.

DETAILS:

WHAT: Rock For Life Relaunch Party – an ‘80s themed blast featuring Alakrity & 16 Scandals
WHEN: Saturday, July 24th, 2010, 7PM
WHERE: Epic Ventura in Ventura, California.
2855 Johnson Drive Suite A
Ventura, Calif.

Important websites:
Rock For Life = www.RockForLife.net
Rock For Life Ventura County = www.MySpace.com/rockforlifevc

Jubileefest

This year a new Christian music festival hits the scene with an amazing line-up that you will definately want to check out.  The event is called Jubileefest and is on a huge farm in the heart of Delaware (Harrington).  The date is July 29 – August 1 and artists such as August Burns Red, Rebecca St. James, Seventh Day Slumber, SONICFLOOd, Manic Drive and much much more.

I will be their with a Rock For Life exhibit booth and assisting in emceeing along with Bryan Kemper of Stand True.

If you are in the area make sure to attend this event.  Go to www.Jubileefest.net for more info.

See you there!

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