Columbus, Ohio’s annual Rock On The Range festival–May 22 and 23 at Columbus Crew Stadium–will be making a $.50 cent donation per ticket sold to the Metro Nashville Disaster Response Fund. The Fund, consisting of a partnership between the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, the Office of the Mayor of Nashville, and Davidson County’s Office of Emergency Management, will support relief efforts necessitated by flooding.
Joe Litvag, co-executive producer of the festival for AEG Live, said: “From all of us involved with Rock On The Range, our hearts go out to the victims of the horrible flooding in Nashville. We cannot stand idly by and watch, so we are acting. The rock fans of middle-America are here to support the rescue and rebuilding efforts and we’re pleased to be making this donation on behalf of everyone attending the festival in the coming days,”
Following this year’s ROCK ON THE RANGE–America’s premiere destination rock festival featuring a power-packed line-up led by Godsmack, Limp Bizkit, Rob Zombie, Slash and Three Days Grace and featuring performances from 38 of the hardest rocking artists on three stages–organizers will make a Monday, May 24 announcement with a total of funds donated.
For more information, visit www.rockontherange.com