School of Rock Princeton will celebrate the official grand opening of its new location at 1761 Princeton Ave. in Lawrence Township with a full day of festivities on Saturday, September 18 from noon until 4:00PM. Highlights of the event will be musical performances from Lawrence Township Mayor Jim Kownacki and City Council member John Ryan.
"We're beyond excited for our faculty of professional musicians to give awesome rock star makeovers to Mayor Kownacki and Councilman Ryan," says Billie Seeland, General Manager of School of Rock Princeton. "Our House Band, which features some of our most talented music students, will provide backup for our guest performers, and everyone at the event should make sure that their phones are ready to record what is sure to be an amazing show."
The grand opening of the new location of School of Rock Princeton will include tours of the new facility, free music lessons for kids/tweens/teens, and prizes - including School of Rock Princeton shirts, swag, and a raffle for a Fender guitar package. The event will also be a fundraiser for the Bayard Rustin Center for Social Justice in Princeton, with a portion of funds from all new student sign-ups benefitting the Center. The Center's Chief Activist, Robt Seda-Schreiber, will be a special guest performer with the House Band as he unveils his updated version of David Bowie's "Rebel Rebel".
"I'm really looking forward to getting on stage and 'bringing the noise' with School of Rock Princeton's House Band," says Mayor Kownacki. "Lawrence Township is a great location for the School, and I welcome the staff, faculty, and students to our town."
The grand opening of the new location of School of Rock Princeton will take place on Saturday, September 18 from noon to 4PM at 1761 Princeton Ave. in Lawrence Township. For more info about the event, contact Billie Seeland at (609) 890-7090.