Rockin'1000 charity concert

Rockin’1000, World’s Largest Rock Band, to perform with special Guest Courtney Love at That’s Live 2018 charity concert benefitting San Patrignano Community. Acclaimed Rocker will be backed by 1,500 Musicians on July 21 at Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence, Italy


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That’s Live with Love

Global music star Courtney Love will perform along with 1,500 musicians at the Artemio Franchi Stadium in Florence on July 21 as part of That’s Live 2018, a benefit concert by Rockin’1000, the world’s largest rock band. The first internationally renowned artist to headline a Rockin’1000 show, Love will perform two of her biggest hits as frontwoman of the band Hole, “Celebrity Skin” and “Malibu,” plus a special “mystery cover song” accompanied by guitarist Tad Kubler. Rockin’1000’s full set will include a total of 18 iconic songs from the annals of rock history

A strong partnership for charity

The concert, organized by Rockin’1000 with support from the Only The Brave Foundation (which helped secure Love’s participation), will benefit San Patrignano, a Rimini-based community and rehabilitation program that welcomes those suffering from drug addiction and marginalization free of charge

Rockin’1000 is an internationally acclaimed organization that receives invitations and collaboration proposals from all over the world. Rockin’1000’s roots trace back to 2015 when 1,000 musicians gathered in a park in the Northern Italian city of Cesena, to play the Foo Fighters’ “Learn to Fly.” A video of the event went viral (44 million views and counting) and the Foo Fighters responded by performing an epic concert in the city. A year later, the Thousand reunited for the show Rockin’1000 That’s Live, marking the official birth of the band and selling out a 14,000-seat stadium. Later that year Sony Music Italy released an album of the concert, Rockin’1000 That’s Live – Live in Cesena 2016. In 2017, the organizers launched the Rockin’1000 Summer Camp, which united musicians and the public in a breathtaking location at the foot of Monte Bianco, the tallest mountain in the Alps


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“The first time I saw the Rockin’1000 video, I thought, ‘I want to do that! The sight and sound of a thousand musicians connecting with their audience in this open, transcultural way was incredible. It reminded me of the early punk scene, with its community centered around diversity and acceptance. And after I learned about Rockin’1000’s and Only the Brave Foundation’s commitment to San Patrignano, a charity dedicated to fighting addiction and social exclusion, I knew I had to be a part of it.”