RockIt Sessions, Orphic Partner with PledgeMusic for Sunset Strip Music Festival Benefit
September 11, 2014 at 11:58 AM (PT)
ROCKITSESSIONS and ORPHIC are partnering with PLEDGEMUSIC to offer the ultimate exclusive VIP experience at the 2014 SUNSET STRIP MUSIC FESTIVAL, with proceeds benefiting the WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT.
VIPS AND ROCK STARS FOR AMERICAN HEROES will offfer SUNSET STRIP MUSIC FESTIVAL goers the chance to mingle with rock stars and each pledge will support the WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT. Only 50 VIP guests will be permitted into the exclusive VIP retreat per day, meaning a grand total of 100 VIP guests for the whole weekend.
PLEDGEMUSIC's direct-to-fan platform, fans will have the opportunity to pledge on one- and/or two-day passes to the ROCKITSESSIONS/ORPHIC ULTIMATE CHARITY ROCK STAR RETREAT at the street festival, which takes place SEPTEMBER 20th and 21st. The VIP ROCK STAR RETREAT and the AFTER CONCERT EXPERIENCES will have food and drinks, live music and DJ sets, a silent auction, rock stars and celebrities in attendance, as well as take-aways, high-end gift bags and much more. To pledge support please visit http://www.pledgemusic.com/projects/rockitsessions.
Some of the guests expected to attend include ALICE IN CHAINS' JERRY CANTRELL and THE CULT's BILLY DUFFY, as well as members of MARILYN MANSON and FILTER. Musicians are donating items such as signed guitars, drums, records, photos, drum heads, sticks, paintings, clothes, and more for the silent auction.
The event will take place at ORPHIC (9030 Sunset Blvd.), a couture fashion showroom, art gallery and event space owned by celebrity designer MAX NOCE.
PLEDGEMUSIC is an online, direct-to-fan music community, offering artists a unique way to engage their followers in the music-making experience while interacting with a global community of music fans.
ROCKITSESSIONS specializes in full integrated and customizable VIP After Concert Experiences and was founded by L.A.-based record producer MARC JORDAN.
The mission of WOUNDED WARRIOR PROJECT (WWP) is to honor and empower injured service veterans, now serving more than 50,000 warriors and nearly 7,000 family members.