RetroMania, a Fundraiser for St. Augustine, Brings Food, Fun and a Late-'60s Vibe to Rock Hall


RetroMania, a benefit for St. Augustine Health Ministries, invites guests to party like it’s 1969, the year the organization was founded in the Detroit-Shoreway neighborhood. To be held from 7 to 10 p.m. on Thursday, October 10th at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame (1100 Rock and Roll Blvd.), the bash will feature live music, auctions, raffles and food from nearly 20 local restaurants.

On the bill of fare are popular places like Alley Cat, Berea Depot, Black Pig, Element 41, Fairmount 216, La Dolce Vita, Mallorca, Market Rocky River, Nomad Culinary, Parker’s Downtown, Parker’s Grille and Tavern, Plank Road Tavern, Rocky River Wine Bar, Rosewood Grill, Serenite Restaurant and Tinman. Adam Bostwick, the event’s culinary chair, will be representing Polpetta.

Tickets are $100 ($150 VIP) and can be secured by visiting RetroMania's website

Funds benefit St. Augustine Health Ministries, a not-for-profit organization that provides health care and social services to individuals of all faiths.

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