Rock for Recovery Tour Kicks off Friday, Hits Binghamton, Rochester, and Syracuse

Three cities on three Fridays in March. The Rock for Recovery Tour starts this week with a show in Binghamton on the 15th. Next Friday the 22nd, the tour hits Rochester. And on the 29th it wraps up in Syracuse. Performers include Molina, Late Earth, The Dirty Pennies, Periodic Table of Elephants, The Lightkeepers, and more. The tour raises funds and awareness for recovery from mental health and substance abuse.

“Music connects us, tells our stories, and move people, which are all things we need to help people live healthy lives of recovery.”

– Jeremy Klemanski, Helio Health President and CEO

Moline headlines the Binghamton show on March 15. Providing support is Late Earth, Natural Born Kissers, and Los New Yorkers. The Rochester show features The Dirty Pennies, with Late Earth, Periodic Table of Elephants, and the Stone Lows. Headlining the finale in Syracuse is the Lightkeepers, joined by Late Earth, Periodic Table of Elephants, and Modafferi.

Tickets are on sale now at $10. All proceeds go to the Helio Health Foundation, which raises funds and awareness for people working towards recovery. Helio health programs have helped thousands of people in the Central New York region since its beginnings in 1920. For more information, visit Helio Health online.

March 15 – Endicott Performing Arts Center – Binghamton

March 22 – Artisan Works – Rochester

March 29 – Palace Theatre – Syracuse

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