Join Us at Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll 2018
Thursday, April 26, 2018
The Indiana Roof Ballroom
140 West Washington Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204
About Stop, Drop, Rock ‘n’ Roll
Over the past 16 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 and is an indoor venue.
For more information on the Indiana Ballroom visit: www.indianaroof.com
Featuring Jason Byrd
Jason Byrd is a singer/songwriter from Tallahassee, Florida. His style of music is deeply rooted in traditional country music. Jason has been performing for many years. He was managed for several years by George and Nancy Jones. He has performed throughout North America on his own and opening shows for the Late George Jones. Jason has made several network TV and Grand Ole Opry appearances. Jason is currently working on new material and booking shows for the upcoming year. He is also a third-generation firefighter, serving as a battalion chief with the Tallahassee Fire Department.
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.