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ALTSO Reveals Rocktoberfest 2022 Concert Line-Ups

A Leg To Stand On, the non-profit that provides free prostheses to children in developing countries, has announced the line-ups for its 'Rocktoberfest' events in Chicago and New York this October.

In Chicago, ten bands will grace two stages at City Winery on October 13th. Main stage acts include ALTSO All Stars Chicago, Bad Dads, Blue Sky Highway, The OddsMakers, The Operators, and The Wrong Boys. Acoustic performances include Big Delta, Jeremy Heer, Monet Rue, New No Direction, and The Operators.

“We have missed performing and can’t wait to return to the stage to rock once again for ALTSO’s CoolKids." said Kurt Johnson, Vice President at ADM Investor Services and member of The Operators. "ADM Investor Services has been a proud sponsor of Rocktoberfest since 2016 and is honored to contribute to meaningful social and economic progress throughout the developing world through the life-changing work ALTSO does.”

In New York City, the lineup is jam packed – with 15 bands performing across two stages at The Hard Rock Cafe on October 20th. Main stage acts include Achieves Most, ALTSO All Stars New York, Big Dog Party, The Cause, Fat Tail, JAM Partners, and New York Rock Exchange. Acoustic performances include Acoustic Karma, ALTSO All Stars London, Chris Caruso, Dimmerswitch, Natalie Fabian, The Singing CPA, and The Vol Bros.

Rocktoberfest sponsors make an immediate difference in the lives of ALTSO’s CooKids. Sy Jacobs, Managing Member of Jacobs Asset Management, LLC, said, “Since 2006, Jacobs Asset Management has been a proud sponsor of Rocktoberfest and support ALTSO’s direct investment in the future of our next generation.”

Additional Rocktoberfest sponsors include: Barchart, Belvedere Trading, Cboe, CME Group, Cowen, Eagle Seven Trading, Globe Tax, OCC, Open Bet, Quanteam, Sandler Capital, SteelEye, Wedbush, Wells Fargo, and more.

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