EQUINE ADVOCATES TO CELEBRATE 25TH BIRTHDAY WITH SPECIAL PERFORMANCE

OF MAX WEINBERG’S JUKEBOX AT PS21 IN CHATHAM ON OCTOBER 10TH

EQUINE ADVOCATES TO CELEBRATE 25TH BIRTHDAY WITH SPECIAL PERFORMANCE

OF MAX WEINBERG’S JUKEBOX AT PS21 IN CHATHAM ON OCTOBER 10TH CHATHAM

Max Weinberg, iconic drummer for Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, will bring his popular and crowd-pleasing show

Max Weinberg’s Jukebox to Chatham, NY on Sunday, October 10th for a special performance celebrating Equine Advocates’ 25th birthday.

The show will be held at PS21, a 300-seat open air pavilion theater located exactly one mile from Equine Advocates Rescue & Sanctuary.

“What better way to celebrate our 25th than to have Max Weinberg perform?” said Equine Advocates President and Founder Susan Wagner.

“His show is as much a party as it is a concert. We’re excited!”

Max Weinberg’s Jukebox has been described as “a truly interactive experience” where Max invites the audience to create the set list from

a choice of more than 300 of the best-loved songs of rock and roll. Considered one of America’s greatest drummers, “Mighty Max” has been

performing this show since 2017 when not on tour with Springsteen. Every show is different which is why so many people go to see it over and over again.

During an interview when asked what being a musician means to him, Max said, “When I’m playing my drums, I feel connected. I feel good about myself

when people are enjoying themselves. Their happiness is my happiness. As Bruce would say, ‘Dancing over your troubles.’”

In addition to being a birthday celebration, this event will also be a fundraiser to help support Equine Advocates’ Rescue, Sanctuary and

Humane Education programs. Sponsors and VIP ticket holders will be invited to attend an exclusive pre-concert cocktail party where Max will

be the special guest. For more information and to purchase tickets, please click here or visit equineadvocates.org.

Equine Advocates is a national non-profit equine protection organization. Founded in 1996, the organization moved its base of

operations to Chatham in 2004 to establish its 140-acre horse sanctuary for neglected, abused and slaughter-bound equines. Equine Advocates

is the recipient of Charity Navigator’s highest 4-Star Charity rating as well as Guide Star’s Seal of Transparency.

The sanctuary is home to 81 equine residents, including horses, ponies, donkeys, and mules and has been accredited by the Global Federation

of Animal Sanctuaries, the American Sanctuary Association and the Thoroughbred Aftercare Alliance. Visitors are welcomed to the sanctuary

on Public Open Days where admission is free and people get to meet the animals and learn about the issues associated with their respective rescues.

Elementary school students also attend classes there for humane education.

Equine Advocates – PO Box 354 – Chatham, NY 12037 – (518) 392-0175 – www.equineadvocates.org

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