ROCK AGAINST DYSTROPHY Postponed; Morristown Childrens’ Health Services

Sources: Rock Against Dystrophy; Morristown; Suez Water


Earlier this summer, the world was ready to rock and so were we. We were excited to announce that we’d be back this year. We know you all were excited to by the presales and response to the announcement of this years show.

Unfortunately we have to share that concerns over Covid and the new variant is forcing us to postpone the show indefinitely.

The cause is important but what’s truly important to us is the lives of every one involved from the All Stars and bands to each and everyone of our supporters. Keeping everyone healthy and safe is our number one concern so that we all can continue rocking.

So stay tuned in the future because we aren’t done. We are just waiting for the time to be right for us all to safely gather together to ROCK!
Please reach out to where you purchased your ticket for a full refund.

Stay Safe!
Rock On, Stay Strong

Students (up to 18 years of age) in Morristown who are still looking to get vaccinated or in need of health services can do so in the beginning of September.

On September 2, from 9am – 1pm, the Cornerstone Family Programs/Morristown Neighborhood House and Zufall Health Centers will offer childhood immunizations, dental screenings, lead testing, SNAP-Ed and food distributions, preventative education and the COVID vaccine

The COVID vaccine (Pfizer) is being offered, free of charge, to children 12 years of age and older.

To make an appointment, call 973-328-3344 ext 1277 or 973-328-3344 ext 1736.

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