Stop, Drop, Rock n Roll

Click Here to Get Your Tickets to Stop, Drop, Rock n Roll 2015

April 23, 2015 7:00 – 11:00 pm

Indiana Roof Ballroom – 140 S Washington St, Indianapolis, IN

About Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll

Over the past thirteen years, Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll has played an important part in honoring America’s fallen firefighters. It is a chance for firefighters to give back to the fire service and have fun at the same time. Through a small donation at the door you help the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation honor and support the families of firefighters who have died in the line of duty.

The event is held at the Indiana Roof Ballroom, located at 140 West Washington Street, in downtown Indianapolis next to the Embassy Suites Hotel and across from the Hyatt Regency Hotel. The Ballroom’s main entrance is located on Washington Street under the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s Marquee.

For more information on the Indiana Roof Ballroom visit: www.indianaroof.com

Live Auction Benefits the Families of Our Fallen Firefighters

Competition is fierce at the Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll Live Auction. Part of the fun comes from watching competitive bidding as firefighters from around the country bid on a variety of items ranging from a full set of turn out gear to a pearl necklace.

Proceeds from the live auction benefit the programs of the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. The Foundation leads the nationwide effort to remember America’s fallen firefighters. Its programs assist families and co-workers of firefighters who have died in the line of duty.


If you would like to provide a Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll
Live Auction item please contact Cathy Hedrick.


2015 Entertainment – Featuring Aaron Tippin

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Twenty-Five years – a huge career accomplishment, especially in the music business. Aaron Tippin – who marks his silver anniversary as a recording artist this year – admits that he looks at his career longevity with a little bit of amazement.

“I think about it and go ‘Wow. What am I doing still here?’ I look at the flight that we took off in,” referring to his fellow newcomers at the time of his career launch. “A lot of them are gone, it seems. Some quit by choice. Some ran out from under it, but to be here twenty-five years doing it, I am the luckiest hillbilly that ever lived.”

Tippin says that nobody was any more surprised that he got an invitation to join the roster of Nashville powerhouse RCA back in 1990 than him. In fact, at the time he inked his deal, he had almost given up hope of success as a vocalist, concentrating on his budding career as a songwriter – with cuts from the likes of The Kingsmen, Mark Collie, and Charley Pride.

For more information about Aaron Tippin visit: www.aarontippin.com