Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill Will Host Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Spooktacular Thursday, Oct. 27

ALICE COOPER’S SOLID ROCK SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN BASH!

Half Moon Windy City Sports Grill in Phoenix announces it’s hosting Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock Spooktacular featuring a highly entertaining, family-friendly Halloween Bash with proceeds to benefit Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock, AliceCooperSolidRock.com.

Sports, music and Halloween fans of all ages are encouraged to come in costume and support Solid Rock’s mission as the evening’s festivities include:

  • Live music from Solid Rock’s local bands
  • A Make Up Station – paint your face like Alice Cooper or your favorite character, ghost or goblin
  • A silent auction filled with sports and entertainment memorabilia
  • A raffle with prizes including concert and event tickets, restaurant gift cards and more
  • Trick or Treat goodie bags for the first 50 kids, 12 and under, that are registered
  • Food & drink specials

Fifteen percent of the proceeds from sales for the entire day will go to Alice Cooper’s Solid Rock as well as all the tips the servers collect during the event.

Tickets are $10 per adult and $5 per child (12 and younger), which gives each adult and child a $10 and $5 food credit, respectively. They can be purchased online at www.HalfMoonSportsGrill.com.

Solid Rock’s primary mission is to make an everlasting difference in the lives of teens by helping them meet the spiritual, economical, physical, and social needs of at-risk teens (they believe all teens are at risk) in the community by offering a safe, engaging environment during non-school hours –a time when they are most vulnerable to drugs, violence, and gangs. Maintaining “a teen’s worst enemy is too much time on their hands,” Solid Rock provides the music, arts, vocational programs and fellowship that challenge teens to discover their passion through music, dance, self-expression, and creativity.

 

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