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The Rock for Life Concert Series is provided with the cooperation of the Leechburg Moose #102.

What is the Iselin Community Park Admission/Drug & Alcohol Policy?

Alex Hooks & Steve Craven
Alex Hooks

The show is all ages. Anyone under the age of 18 MUST be accompanied by an adult! Rock for Life will not tolerate any illegal drug or alcohol use or activity. Any individual caught violating Rock for Life policies or any violation of the state of Pennsylvania pertaining to drugs and alcohol will be prosecuted in a court of law. There will be PA State Police patrolling the area as there is at all of our events. All we ask is have a good time within the letter of the law, respect the community and Young Twp. And remember what Rock for life is all about and why we are there. To help those people that are less fortunate than ourselves. Steve Craven co-founder of Rock for Life

Is alcohol permitted/sold at Iselin Ballfield?

The Leechburg Moose will be on-site to sell alcohol to persons over 21 years old. Rock For Life are also a BYOB concert series. You must be 21 years of age to consume alcohol in the state of Pennsylvania. Should you be of age, and planning on drinking, please either plan on camping on site or bringing a designated driver with you.

How much are the tickets for the outdoor concerts?

2 day concerts are $20 for adults (11 years old and up). Children 10 & under are free.

Is outside food allowed?

You may bring your own food and beverages. There will be vendors available on site as well. We do ask that you do NOT bring glass bottles.

Are we allowed to bring ATVs, dirt bikes, etc to the Summer Concert?

Motor vehicles, other than the car you arrived in, are not permitted on the grounds.

Is camping available at Iselin Community Park?

Camping is available on site surrounding the perimeter of the field. There are no electrical hook-ups. You must provide your own camping equipment. Please keep your camping area and the field clean and in good condition when you leave on Sunday. There are garbage cans located throughout the field, please use them.

How can I help?

  1. After the show is over, stick around and help clean up. This would go a long way with making everyone realize how committed and professional Rock for Life is.
  2. Tell your friends about the events, pass out flyers and handbills, post the show information on websites such as: blogs, myspace, music related sites, other benefit sites, area entertainment websites, and etc.