Rock & Rescue Charity Concert
Sat. Aug 13 • 6pm to 10:30pm
Erie Humane Society | 2407 Zimmerly Road, Erie
MITCHELL TENPENNY - 2022 HEADLINER
The Erie Humane Society is thrilled to announce the return of the Rock & Rescue Charity Concert for the Summer of 2022, featuring double-platinum country music artist, Mitchell Tenpenny headlining the show, along with Erie, PA's own Refuge opening the show.
We are excited to welcome Mitchell Tenpenny to Erie, PA to help the Erie Humane Society honor our local veterans, raise awareness for our shelter/pets, and help us fundraise for our Shelter to Service Program.
Erie's own REFUGE will open the show!
** SOLD OUT **
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 2022
5:30PM TO 10:30PM
AT THE ERIE HUMANE SOCIETY
2407 ZIMMERLY ROAD, ERIE, PA 16506
** There will not be reserved seating at this year's concert. There will be a premium section roped off for VIP ticket holders.**
5:15PM: VIP Admissions Open
5:30PM-7:30PM: VIP Pre-Party
6PM: General Admissions Open
7:30PM: Refuge Performance
9PM: Mitchell Tenpenny Performance
10PM: Event conclusion
Information for Concert Attendees
Thank you for purchasing your ticket to the Rock & Rescue Charity Concert. Below is important information regarding all event logistics. Please be sure to read through for parking, admission, food/beverage, itinerary, etc. We are looking forward to celebrating this evening with you all!
When arriving for the concert, please ensure that all attendees either have a physical ticket in hand, or a ticket on their phone. We will need to scan the code on each ticket in order to admit you to the concert. Gates will open as follows:
- 5:15PM: VIP TICKET HOLDERS
- All VIP ticket holders will receive a VIP wristband at check-in. This wristband is required for admission to the VIP pre-party and the VIP concert viewing area.
- 6PM: GENERAL ADMISSION TICKET HOLDERS
Tickets are available until sold out and are not guaranteed to be available at the door.
ID and BAG CHECKS
- Please ensure you have your valid photo ID with you.
- Photo ID's will be checked after admission to verify all attendees 21 and over.
- All persons 21 and over will receive a wristband.
- This wristband is required to consume and purchase alcoholic beverages.
- Bag size limit is 14" x 14". Any bag exceeding this size will not be permitted.
- All bags will be subject to inspection prior to entering the concert venue.
Food & Beverage
**Outside food/beverage is not permitted. Coolers are not permitted.**
Alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase on the concert grounds, including beer, wine, mixed drinks, soda, and water.
Wristband is required to purchase alcohol.
Food may be purchased from the following food trucks:
- Tater Tater
- Pizza Truck 56
VIP Ticket Holders
VIP Ticket holders will have hors d'oeuvres and will receive 2 free drink tickets for use during the VIP pre-party. Additional drinks may be purchased. There will also be a VIP cash bar, accessible from the VIP concert viewing area, for VIP's only.
Wristbands required for access to VIP area, VIP pre-party, and VIP alcohol purchases.
Parking is available, first-come, first-served, across the street from the shelter.
Additional parking is available at First Alliance Church and EHS will be running a shuttle from FAC to the shelter grounds from 5:15pm to 11pm.
Handicap Accessible Parking is available at the Erie Humane Society Pet Wellness Clinic.
There is no VIP parking this year.
(see map below)
Chairs and Seating
Seating at the concert venue sections is first-come, first served.
VIP ticket holders will have a premium viewing area for the concert that will be roped off (wristband required for access).
Chairs will not be provided.
Lawn chairs and blankets are permitted to be brought into the venue.
The show will go on - rain or shine!
EHS is smoke-free. Smoking is not permitted.
Illegal substances are strictly prohibited.
Portable restrooms will be available in the EHS dog park.
VIP's may use the restrooms in the shelter, during the VIP pre-party.
In November 2018, we introduced a local, grass roots initiative, "Shelter to Service", to give back to a local veteran. The Erie Humane Society has selected a shelter dog to train to become a service dog, that will be awarded to a local, qualified veteran, to provide comfort and support. At our 2019 concert, we awarded our first service dog to a wonderful and deserving veteran, and we look forward to introducing our THIRD service dog in-training at the concert.