Los Angeles: Rock Cellar’s Annual Holiday Charity Concert Set for Dec. 9 at the El Rey Theatre; Win Tickets

Los Angeles: Rock Cellar’s Annual Holiday Charity Concert Set for Dec. 9 at the El Rey Theatre; Win Tickets

It’s time once again for an annual tradition: Rock Cellar’s co-sponsored Charity Holiday Concert, which will take place on Saturday, Dec. 9 at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles. This year’s theme is Let’s Go Back to the 80s, so expect a night of popular hits and classics from the 1980s.

In conjunction with the Get Together Foundation and WeCanCalifornia.org (both affiliated with Rock Cellar), this year’s All-Star concert will benefit a quartet of charitable organizations combating the homeless situation in Southern California — click each below for more details:

As for the evening’s entertainment, the lineup of musicians and performers set to take the historic El Rey stage include some of the best talent in the Los Angeles area, including:

  • Marcella Detroit
  • Stephen Bishop
  • Rosemary Butler
  • Carly Smithson
  • Gary Stockdale
  • Freebo
  • Rob Morrow
  • John Pratt
  • Steve Postell
  • Jeff Alan Ross
  • Jessica Childress
  • Jules Galli
  • MJ Ultra
  • Lamont Dozier, Jr.
  • Coco Dolenz
  • Marc Mann
  • John Wicks
  • Stephen Kalinich
  • Adam Daniel
  • The Honeys
  • and drummer Steve Ferrone

The night will be hosted by actor, singer and activist Michael-Leon Wooley.

All acts subject to change.

Tickets for the charity concert are available now, and cost $30 (they’ll be $40 at the door). VIP table seating is also available — click here to open a new tab and purchase tickets.

We’re holding aside a few pairs of tickets for some lucky winners — so if you’ll be in the Los Angeles area on Dec. 9 and want a pair of tickets left under your name at Will Call the night of the show (you simply have to show up and claim them and enjoy the concert), click here to send us an email with your full name, city and phone number and you’ll be entered.

See you there!

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