Councilman Yates encourages everyone to come out for “Rock Out Cancer 2019” on Friday night, October 4th
Louisville – There will be music and fun on a Friday night, and it is all for a good cause when “Rock Out Cancer 2019” gets underway at the Iroquois Amphitheater for a very good cause.
Councilman David Yates (D-25) is encouraging the community to come out and support the event because it will help Shirley’s Way continue to do the good work it does for those who are dealing with cancer.
SKID ROW will headline “Rock Out Cancer 2019.” Very special guests and Louisville rockers, Fire Dept, will reunite to open the show. The event is a benefit for Shirley’s Way, Inc.
"Join us for an amazing night! Skid Row and Fire Dept. are going to help us “Rock Out Cancer 2019” and raise money so we can continue to help those fighting cancer. Shirley’s Way helps cancer patients with everyday living expenses while they are fighting for their lives,” says Mike Mulroney of Shirley’s Way.
“Mike and Shirley’s Way have found yet another way to help families through some of the hardest times as they fight for their lives. You can support them and help members of our community truly in need by joining us at “Rock Out Cancer 2019!” Get tickets now!” says Councilman Yates.
The Mission of Shirley's Way, Inc. is to provide financial support to individuals under medical care for cancer and other diseases. Payment of expenses including, but not limited to, medical, medications, rent and/or mortgage, utilities, groceries, everyday living, and other expenses as may be determined from time to time by the Corporation.
Fans may purchase tickets online at: https://rockoutcancer.org/ or at the Iroquois Amphitheater box office.