March 26, 2017

Bret Michaels to perform at Las Vegas Marathon for charity

HollywoodNews.com: Bret Michaels is making a speedy recovery and he isn’t wasting time getting back into the music scene. He just performed on “Good Morning America” with Miley Cyrus and now he will perform in front of 30,000 runners at the Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon.

The free concert will cap an electrifying weekend of rocking and running as race participants span across all 8 lanes of Las Vegas Boulevard, shutting down the Las Vegas Strip in extraordinary fashion. Michaels will take the stage at the finish line festival immediately following the race where runners will celebrate to the sounds of party anthems and power ballads after running along a high energy, action packed course down “The Strip.”

CEO of the Competitor Group, Peter Englehart, stated, “Vegas, Rock ‘n’ Roll and Bret Michaels are the perfect combination – a triple threat sure to wow runners and spectators alike. We’re offering participants an unparalleled Rock ‘n’ Roll experience on multiple levels, where else can you run down the most exhilarating street in America, get up close and personal with a Rock ‘n’ Roll legend, and stay to play in the ultimate adult playground?”

Michaels’ representative, Janna Elias, stated, “He has made it clear he is sick and tired of being in the hospital and is ready to rock again.”

The Rock ‘n’ Roll Las Vegas Marathon will take place on Sunday, December 5th and will benefit the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America.

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  • June 21, 2010 | Permalink |

    I’ve done the Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon in Phoenix but never in Vegas. It sounds like an event you wouldn’t want to miss! Plus it’s great that Brett Michaels is doing the concert for free.

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