Yelawolf Hosts Charity Ride At River City Rockfest

Yelawolf hosts Charity Ride

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Yelawolf Hosts Charity Ride At River City Rockfest – Bud Light River City Rockfest and Cowboy’s Alamo City Harley-Davidson announce the Bud Light River City Rockfest Charity Ride. Proceeds will benefit Soldiers’ Angels.

Soldiers’ Angels is an organization who provide over $17 million in aid to over 360,000 service members, veterans, wounded heroes and military families. They help by providing care packages, food assistance, VA Hospital support, baby boxes and much more. This is a charity that every American can be proud of; people helping people.

Yelawolf Joins The Cause With The Ride Of Your Life

This Charity Ride will take you for the ride of your life. Registration will begin at 9:00 am and end at 10:45 am, with Kick Stands Up at 11:00 am. Riders will then head out from Cowboy’s Alamo City Harley-Davidson in San Antonio, TX. This will be a police accompanied ride to the AT&T Center with artist Yelawolf. At the venue, Yelawolf will have FREE Bike Parking for attendees who purchase the Charity Ride and Concert Ticket package. The festival will kick off right after the ride, so come ready for the show! 

River City Rockfest Charity Ride tickets and packages (with festival admission included) can be purchased here:

River City Rockfest also released the schedule. Check it out below!

Bud Light Stage    
10:15 PM Nine Inch Nails    
8:15 PM Primus    
6:25 PM Joan Jett & The Blackhearts    
4:50 PM Clutch    
3:35 PM Living Colour    
2:30 PM The Sword    
1:30 PM Upon A Burning Body    
12:30 PM The Heroine    
Monster Energy Stage Renegade Stage
9:10 PM Stone Temple Pilots 5:35 PM Yelawolf
7:20 PM Bush 4:10 PM Suicidal Tendencies
5:35 PM Chevelle 3:00 PM The Fever 333
4:10 PM All That Remains 2:00 PM I See Stars
3:00 PM Drowning Pool 1:00 PM The Revival
2:00 PM Tyler Bryant & The Shakedown 12:00 PM Covina
1:00 PM From Ashes To New    
12:00 PM Blacktop Mojo    

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I love music, I love crowded venues, loud music, and sweat-soaked fans. I love the sound of a venue opening its doors to the public. I ended up moving to the Austin area in 2011. I have nearly a decade of experience in the Entertainment & Private Event industries. I have supervised at a number of concert venues and festivals, such as Emo’s East, Stubb’s, ACL Festival, Bonnaroo, Austin Fan Fest, SXSW, and the Austin Trail of Lights. In 2014, I began to take an interest in all things media related. I ended up chasing those ambitions and became a content creator and a concert photographer. With no formal training in any of those areas, in 2017 I decided it was time to change that up. I decided to pursue a degree in the Arts focusing on Radio, Television, and Film. As I began my academic path, I inquired about the Media department. I currently am a multimedia journalist for the Student Life department at ACC. To further my education, I received a scholarship with the Austin Film Society to become a TV Producer at Austin Public Studios. I believe in capturing the essence of life and representing it in a creative effort.