PWR Lifts Voice in Song at Montclair Center Stage This Saturday To Raise Spirits and Funds For Hurricane Relief, Gun Control

Do you hate the guns that kill a lot of people but love Puerto Rico and Tom Petty? Then you will want to join us for a Tom Petty tribute with your fave Parents Who Rock performers, and come out and donate money and supplies  to help victims of the Puerto Rico hurricane and support Moms Demand Action NJ—Active Volunteers Group.

Parents Who Rock performers will be taking to the Montclair Center Stage this Saturday, October 7, to summon the spirit of the late, great Tom Petty and raise money, collect supplies, and raise everyone’s general spirits in light of all the recent bad news headlines.

More than a dozen performers will be playing cover versions of their favorite Petty songs. Musicians include: Zara Phillips, Ellen Sternfeld Paretti, Jonathan Stonbely, Tim O’Connor, Meg Patrick, Budd Mishkin, Jessica Henry, Robert Baum, Steve Ward, Julian Keenan, ROSTAFA, and more.

The show runs from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Montclair Center Stage is located on the East End of Church Street, just off Bloomfield Avenue, in Montclair.

Please bring money to make a donation and supplies for Puerto Rico: specifically batteries, baby food, bug spay, mosquito nets, sun screen, duct tape, tarps, zip lock bags, first aid items, and dried food like ramen, dried milk, protein powder. We will have a PayPal account set up soon for you to donate online, as well.

Also, JavaLove will donate a percentage of their proceeds from 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday evening to the causes, so drink some coffee!!!! 

Please come out to raise money and raise spirits!

If you would like to donate to PWR's hurricane relief and gun control efforts, please click here.

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