On November 13, 2022, Joe Walsh, the Eagles guitarist and Ohio native will be coming home for one night of Ohio Rock for VetsAid 2022, a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization and music festival to raise and disperse funds needed for veterans. At VetAids, Joe’s band, James Gang will reunite for “One Last Ride” with special guest Dave Grohl plus sets from Nine Inch Nails, The Black Keys, and The Breeders
Taking place in Columbus, OH, Joe Walsh is inviting one lucky winner to be his guest for a star-studded night of rock & roll. One lucky winner (and their guest) will be sent out to attend the one-night-only show as Joe’s VIP guests to catch an all-star lineup. Plus, Joe will join the winner for a cup of coffee while there!
VetsAid Grand Prize Winner:
- ☕️ Grab coffee with Joe Walsh while you’re there
- 🎫 Two (2) Special VIP Passes* to the VetsAid 2022 Concert in Columbus, OH on November 13, 2022 including:
- Two (2) seats in Friends & Family section
- Access to Friends & Family VIP Lounge with Drinks & Food
- ✈️ Round trip travel to Columbus, OH + 3-night hotel stay for two (2)
- 🍽 Dinner for two (2) the night before the show
- 🛍 VetsAid merch package
- 🖼 (2) Signed Posters
- ❗️ BONUS: DONATE $100 OR MORE AND GET A VETSAID T-SHIRT
Please note to donate before 11:59 pm PT on Mon. Oct. 31, 2022. Drawing will take place at 8:00 am PT on Wed. Nov. 2, 2022. * Exclusive VIP Passes are not available to the public!
This year’s VetsAid show is a celebration of Ohio-birthed rockers, with the bands representing Cleveland (James Gang and NIN), Akron (The Black Keys), Dayton (The Breeders), and Warren (Dave Grohl). Also, Cleveland native comedian Drew Carey will host the gig.
Tickets for VetsAid are currently on sale here: https://www.ticketmaster.com/event/05005CFCE43590E0.
In 2017, Eagles guitarist and Ohio native, Joe Walsh, founded VetsAid, a national 501(c)3 non-profit organization and benefit music festival to raise and disperse sorely needed funds to veterans groups across the country that are serving the men and women who served our country with the dignity, compassion and honor they deserve.
Joe aims to use this platform to raise funds and awareness for the still urgent and significant needs of our returning soldiers. Through the establishment of VetsAid and its annual benefit concert, he wants to give back to those who have given so much in sacrifice for our country.
VetsAid plans to directly support a variety of established and tested veterans-based charities, namely those with a proven track-record that take care to provide complete and holistic care for veterans and their families, physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually. To learn more visit: https://www.vetsaid.org/vetsaid-ohio.