To benefit the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County
Asbury Park, NJ – On Sunday, August 21st the Mental Health Association of Monmouth County (MHA) will be holding an event at Asbury Lanes located at 209 4th Avenue, Asbury Park, NJ (Ocean Ave and 4th). Tickets for General Admission are $10.00 per person for Bowling, Dancing and Rock and Rolling!! From 4 PM to 7 PM you will enjoy the music of young talented rock musicians who are donating their time to raise money for the Programs of the MHA.
The brainchild of Mario Charles DePedro and Asher Bank, these two High School rising seniors have put together an afternoon of music and fun to benefit people in need of mental health services in this community. These two lifetime friends have a shared love of music, and through their moms, best friends, who are jersey girls that grew up spending summers on the beach in Asbury and attending rock concerts at Convention Hall and the Casino Arena, love the jersey shore!
Hello, Freak Show will perform
Mario and Asher have performed at both the Stone Pony and Asbury Lanes and have reached out to their friends and four youth bands to perform on Sunday. Asher has headlined in Asbury with The School of Rock All Stars, and has toured with Jon Anderson of Yes, and Perry Farrell of Janes Addiction. It is sure to be a great time, so walk off the beach, and head over to Asbury Lanes in support of these youth who are performing and showing how their passion for music can be used to help those in need. BE READY TO ROCK FOR MENTAL HEALTH!!!!The bands that will be featured are Hello, FreakShow; Dirty Bird; ISpaceWalkSometimes; Shoot ‘Em Down and more. Glaceau’s Vitamin Water is one of their generous underwriters.
The Mental Health Association is the leading nonprofit dedicated to helping all people live mentally healthier lives. As an affiliate of the national organization Mental Health America and the Mental Health Association of NJ, they represent a growing movement of Americans who promote mental wellness for the health and well-being of the nation-every day and in times of crisis. Their mission is accomplished through MHA’s strength based innovative programs, education, advocacy, community partnerships and shaping public policy.
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