Rockstar Row


 

Recent Rockstar Rows:

3/24
Goldy's Run

3/10
Trafficking Justice  
Freedom Weekend

3/3
Amy's Brew Fundraiser

2/17
The Mission Project

2/10
Minnesota JDRF One Walk

 
Register below for Rockstar Row!
Please note, we book for Rockstar Row no more than 6 months in advance
 

 


3/24 Rockstar Row  

The first Goldy’s Run at TCF Bank Stadium was on April 9, 2011, and since then over 33,500 runners have crossed the finish line on the 50-yard line. Goldy’s Run was created with the mission of changing the lives of children that suffer from cardiovascular disease. The race takes place because of a partnership with St. Jude Medical Foundation and the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital.

3/10 Rockstar Row  

We were joined by representatives from Trafficking Justice, a group that fights for freedom from human trafficking through churches and faith-based organizations.

3/10 Rockstar Row

Trafficking Justice is a non-profit organization in the Twin Cities metro area of Minnesota comprised of churches, faith-based organizations, and other individuals who have come together to fight for freedom from "modern-day slavery" known as human trafficking. The organization was founded six years ago by Adri Carlson, a young woman with a passion for justice and amazing energy and vision.

3/3 Rockstar Row  

In 2012, Twin Cities Live helped Sam Knaeble surprise his girlfriend, Amy, when he proposed to her live on the show.

2/17 Rockstar Row  

Founded in 2005, The Mission Project is a non-profit reminding our military that they're not alone. Volunteers from the organization write cards and notes, as well as assemble care packages, for those fighting for our country. They also hold a support group for active military and veterans the first Tuesday of every month. The peer-led gathering includes acupuncture, massage, and music therapy as ways to heal.  

2/10 Rockstar Row  

JDRF has led the search for a cure for T1D since our founding in 1970. In those days, people commonly called the disease “juvenile diabetes” because it was frequently diagnosed in, and strongly associated with, young children. Our organization began as the Juvenile Diabetes Foundation. Later, to emphasize exactly how we planned to end the disease, we added a word and became the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.  Today, we know an equal number of children and adults are diagnosed every day—approximately 110 people per day. Thanks to better therapies—which JDRF funding has been instrumental in developing and making available—people with T1D live longer and stay healthier while they await the cure.

2/3 Rockstar Row  

The Fraser organization provides a range of services for children, adolescents, adults, and families in the Twin Cities dealing with autism and other special needs.  There is an event coming up on Sunday, February 26th at Pinstripes in Edina that pairs local celebrities…with bowling!

1/27 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

A Night to Remember is a FREE Prom honoring students with special needs ages 15-24 years old. The Prom will be held on April 30th, 2017.  Every Honored Guest attending the prom is provided, FREE OF CHARGE; a tuxedo or prom dress, accessories to match, hair styling and make-up by professional cosmetologists, a corsage or boutonniere, a ride in a limousine, a walk down the red carpet (complete with paparazzi and cheering fans), a night of dinner and dancing, a gift bag, prom photo and special memories that will last a lifetime. Each honored guest is partnered up with a student who serves as their host for the event. It is a true Night To Remember for everyone involved!

1/13 Rockstar Row Back To Top

There are over 100,000 kids in the foster care system in the United States. The Reel Hope Project mission is to help get these kids into permanent homes.  Using professional videographers, Reel Hope makes professional, creative, high quality videos of the kids who are available for adoption.  The videos are taken to churches throughout Minnesota.  The organization will connect any family that steps forward with interest in adopting a child featured to resources to begin the adoption process.

12/23 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Bikers Against Child Abuse was formed in 1995 by a biker named Chief. When he wasn’t out riding, his day job was a Social Worker Play Therapist.  He started riding his motorcycle over to the kids house that he was working with and noticed the difference it was making.  The group now has chapters in all 50 states and 17 countries!

12/16 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Spare Key was founded in 1997 in memory of Derian, a courageous little boy who faced his many surgeries with a joyful spirit.

12/9 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Volunteers from the kittens cradle rescue are in our rockstar row.  The cat rescue was founded in 2014 and over two years have saved over four hundred animals.  The Kittens Cradle takes in strays, unwanted pets, animals from local shelters, and those that are released to us by families that are no longer able to care for them.

12/2 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Hospitality House was founded in 1960 by Elwood “Woody” Larson. His dream was to teach the youth of North Minneapolis and used athletics as a way to reach them. Armed with only a baseball bat, a few baseballs and an old station wagon, Woody began his outreach. Now, 56 years later, Hospitality House continues to provide education, athletics and community outreach programs for youth and families in North Minneapolis.

11/18 Rockstar Row Back To Top

The Walk to End Hunger was created in 2008 by the Minnesota Hunger Initiative -- which comprises 21 organizations that work to end hunger in our communities-- and is presented by The Mosaic Company.  To date, the Walk to End Hunger has raised more than $2 million to help end hunger throughout Minnesota.

11/11 Rockstar Row Back To Top

November is National Epilepsy Awareness Month.  Founded in 1954, the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota (EFMN) is a non-profit organization that works to reduce stigma surrounding epilepsy, educate the public about seizure first aid, and raise awareness for those living with epilepsy in our community. 

11/4 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Feed My Starving Children tackles world hunger by sending volunteer-packed, nutritious meals to 70 countries.  The food is used to operate orphanages, schools, clinics and feeding programs to break the cycle of poverty.  The Minnesota-based charity spends more than 90% of total donations to feed the hungry.

10/28 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Members of Minnesota VITFriends join us in our Rockstar Row!  VITFriends mission is to raise public awareness and offer education about vitiligo, a skin condition that effects people of all races and all ages. Through their support and encouragement they aim to enhance the quality of life of those affected by the condition.

9/30 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

The mission of The Cat's Meow - World War II Girls is to honor the bravery and sacrifice women made in the 1940s. The group has a Facebook page full of historic photos and works to educate the public. They formed after a group of women noticed that the stories of women weren't shared during historical reenactments. Today, they collect uniforms and civilian clothing from the era and capture stories to share with generations to come. Connect with The Cat's Meow - World War II Girls on Facebook.

9/23 Rockstar Row: Jacob Wetterling Resource Center   Back To Top

Jacob Wetterling Resource Center works to end all forms of child maltreatment through education, training and prevention while advocating for and serving children, adult survivors and communities.

Rockstar Row: American Cancer Society   Back To Top

Join the American Cancer Society for the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk on Saturday, October 15th at its new home, U.S. Bank Stadium in Minneapolis. In 2015, the event welcomed over 3,000 participants and raised over $230,000 for breast cancer programs, services, and cancer research. 

9/9 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Since 1883, the Washburn Center for Children in Minneapolis has helped youth with social, emotional and behavioral problems in addition to guiding their families to lead successful lives.

8/19 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Northfield is host to The Defeat of Jesse James Days, taking place September 7-11. The annual event celebrates the heroic townspeople of Northfield who stopped Jesse James and the James-Younger Gang from robbing the First National Bank on September 7th, 1876.

Rockstar Row: Minnesota’s 9-11 Tribute Concert   Back To Top

Attend Minnesota’s 9-11 Tribute Concert on Sunday, September 11 at the Lake Harriet Bandshell in Minneapolis. The event, which is completely run by volunteers, features music, speakers, and a moving performance of the National Anthem by a 60-piece orchestra and 55 chorus members.

Volunteers are welcomed to help plan the event. You’ll find a way to connect with organizers on their Facebook page. Or contact Mary at marang918@yahoo.com.

7/29 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

In the past nine years, BOND, or Branching Out in New Directions, has raised $120,000 in scholarships for Minnesota residents, including college and technical school students, women reentering the work force, and those who need retraining for quality for jobs in today’s business world.

Rockstar Row: Minnesota Philharmonic Back To Top

Founded in 1993, the Minnesota Philharmonic Orchestra was the first gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender orchestra in the United States. The group strives to create community and plays the music of GLBT composers in addition to those who are underdiscovered in the classical music community.

Rockstar Row: CornerHouse   Back To Top

CornerHouse is a Minneapolis-based non-profit assisting children and vulnerable adults who have experiences sexual or physical abuse. 

Rockstar Row: Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans   Back To Top

The Minnesota Assistance Council for Veterans is a non-profit organization providing services and resources to veterans and their families who are homeless or experiencing other life crises.

Rockstar Row: Girls on the Run   Back To Top

On Saturday, June 4, Girls on the Run – Twin Cities is hosting a non-competitive 5k at Normandale Community College in Bloomington. The non-profit inspires girls to be healthy and confident women through an experience-based curriculum that integrates running. The event is the culmination of 10 weeks of hard work by girls in the 3rd through 8th grades.

Rockstar Row: Stop the Trafficking 5K   Back To Top

Join Steve Patterson on Saturday, June 11 for the Stop the Trafficking 5k Walk and Run at Purgatory Creek Park in Eden Prairie. The event will raise awareness about human trafficking, specifically the sexual-exploitation of youth that is happening in Minnesota.

5/6 Rockstar Row   Back To Top

Kids ‘n Kinship is a non-profit organization matching youth who have a need for an additional supportive relationship with carefully screened adult volunteers. Once a match has been made, volunteers spend 1-4 hours per week with the youth. Activities include playing games, attending sporting events, cooking, or going to the movies. Kids ‘n Kinship currently serves kids in the communities of Apple Valley, Burnsville, Eagan, Farmington, Lakeville and Rosemount.