Rock The Farm and Knock Out Muscular Dystrophy Benefits Slated For Sept. 28 – 29

Sources: RockTheFarmNJ.com; Rock Against Distrophy

The CFC Loud n Clear Foundation (CFC) Foundation is a registered New Jersey nonprofit Recovery Community Organization (RCO) providing model relapse prevention that supports all pathways to recovery through peer-driven/operated grassroots programs. Since 2012, CFC has assisted over 7,500 families in providing and promoting positive life choices with drug recovery efforts including sober living homes in Monmouth & Ocean counties.

With the help of fundraising events such as the Rock the Farm, CFC has proudly assisted over 7,500 families since 2012. The sixth annual CFC Rock The Farm benefit will be held on Saturday, Sept 28 on Grant Avenue in Seaside Heights on the central Jersey shore. It has become a premier music festival featuring craft vendors, food trucks, games, wine and beer bars, 10 hours of music across 3 stages, the now-infamous foam dance party, and a memorial garden decorated with photos of loved ones lost to addiction.

If you wish to include a loved one in the Rock The Farm 6 memorial garden, email all photos and information to info@healingus.org.
Tickets (including a VIP package) are available online.


In 2009 Jay Scorpion and Turbo, twin brothers both living with Spinal Muscular Dystrophy, found a way to combine their love of rock and metal desire to unite help others by fundraising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.

They had no clue that their first benefit, which started in Brooklyn, would make it through nine years. They also never would have have guessed that their other dream of putting local bands together with an All-Star band of rock and metal’s greatest names, or it becoming an annual event that has everyone anticipating of when, where, and who will be helping to “Rock Out To Knock Out MD!”

Well, wait no longer — the Rock Against Dystrophy 10 benefit is happening on Sunday, September 29th at The Headliner club in Neptune City, New Jersey for the second time. Tickets are only $20, as it is RAD’s belief in keeping the opportunity to help a great cause while being in an intimate setting with some of rock and metal’s greats affordable for everyone.

Tickets for Rock Against Dystrophy 10 are available online with proceeds benefiting Muscular Dystrophy Association.

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