Rock The Waterfront for Charity with Bret Michaels May 13 Scottsdale

Former Poison Front man Headlines Concert May 13th Benefiting Phoenix Children’s Hospital and The Boys & Girls Club of Scottsdale.


“Rock the Waterfront” will be held at the Scottsdale Waterfront from 4:00 to 11:00 p.m.  Bret Michaels will headline the show, with additional bands opening for him.

Concert Lineup


“I’m honored to partner with The Council to support these charities,’” Michaels said. “It is a great local organization, and as a life-long diabetic I can truly appreciate what a difference these charities are making to children’s lives.”

Tickets are priced at $35 for general admission and $125 for “Golden Circle” admission, which includes food and six drinks as well as access to VIP seating, bars and restrooms. Food and beverages will be also available for purchase inside the gates.

The leadership of Executive Council Charities is the host for this charity concert.  To purchase tickets and for more information, please visit

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