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The River Spring Music Series Benefiting Teens And Adults With Autism And Other Disabilities
April 8 @ 7:00 pm - April 29 @ 9:00 pm
This April, join us every Saturday for The River Spring Music Series and help benefit teens and adults with autism and other disabilities. Not only will you get to enjoy live music from local musicians and an evening of fun, but you’ll also have the chance to enter a raffle to win a Fender Squire Stratocaster Electric Guitar sponsored by Rockwell Guitar Repairs!
The raffle will be hosted by the Rotary Club of Palm Desert with all of the proceeds to go to Fenixia Foundation, a local non-profit supporting autism and disability acceptance. So, come out and show your support, dance the night away, and enter for a chance to win a free guitar and more prizes from local businesses at The river – all for a great cause!
Raffle tickets will be sold every Saturday between 6pm-8pm during the band performances located in The River amphitheatre. Each ticket is $5. Tickets can be purchased until April 29th at 7pm. Big Check presentation to Fenixia Foundation to follow raffle winner announcement!
Saturday, 4/8 – 7pm-9pm –
Presenting Hotwyre Experience the versatile, 3 part harmonies, classic rock hits! The band includes Buddy Greco Jr. who toured around the world with his legendary father, entertainer Buddy Greco who also performed with Dean Martin & Frank Sinatra.
Saturday , 4/15 – 6pm-8pm –
Presenting The Brad Mercer Band Spectacular classic rock show, including an extensive song archive of classic rock and pop with exact renditions of complex songs from the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s, and even hits from the early 2000’s,
Saturday , 4/22 – 6pm-8pm –
Presenting Crimson Crow Modern rock and dance band based in Palm Desert, California. Their performances feature songs by artists popular from the 60’s up to today with special emphasis on the 80’s and 90’s.
Saturday , 4/29 – 6pm-8pm –
Presenting SK Jive Groove to the exhilarating tunes of classic rock and pop hits from the 60’s through the 90’s.