STONE TEMPLE PILOTS will headline the “Live United Live” concert to benefit the David Z Foundation; STEVEN ADLER, KING’S X, ZO2 also confirmed


The Stone Temple pilots will come to Spyglass Ridge Winery in Sunbury, Pennsylvania to headline the ‘Live United Live’ benefit rock concert on Saturday, July 30. All proceeds will benefit the David Z Foundation.

The show’s lineup also includes performances by former Guns N’ Roses drummer Steven Adler, King’s X and ZO2. The Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way and RCF Speakers are event sponsors.

In keeping with the David Z Foundation’s mission to empower music education, there will be a pre-show at 1 p.m., where School of Rock’s Clark Chapter will take the stage. Students will perform covers of your favorite songs, followed by hard rock supergroup, Tokyo Motor Fist.

Tickets, priced at $79, are available here.

The David Z Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization established in memory of David Zablidowsky and dedicated to transforming lives through the magic of music. Our goal is to nurture that creative musical spark a child has and help turn it into a lasting reality. We currently manage our original music programming nationwide, including private instruction, songwriting, rock band, production and music business. We also offer scholarships through partnerships with music schools across the country. In addition, we prepare children for the world of music by pairing them with professionals in the field and showcasing their creativity through the various events we produce. We provide these services to low-income families and high-risk children while emphasizing diversity, equity and inclusion.

You can find out more here.


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