“Jammin’ for MS,” an outdoor dance party being held this weekend to benefit the Rhode Island chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, promises to be a memorable kickoff the summer season.
The event is being produced by InsideOut Productions, which Bobby Nicholson owns along with attorney E.J. Terry McEnaney III. On Tuesday, Nicholson – who is organizing the event alongside Stephanie Buono – said tickets for the event have nearly sold out and a number of sponsors have signed on.
“Everything went perfect,” he said. “It’s going to be a great show.”
One change has been made ahead of the event. Nicholson said Tommy Sacco, owner of Tommy’s Pizza in Cranston, will be unable to DJ as originally planned, and he will be replaced by Bladze.
The entertainment lineup for the event will also feature Bobby Braciola – the “Italian Rapper” and stage persona of McEnaney – along with James “D-Train” Williams, Legacy and Alex “The Entertainer” Jackson.
“Jammin’ for MS” begins at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 15, at Platforms Dance Club, located at 165 Poe St. in Providence. Tickets cost $20, and admission includes a complimentary cookout.
For tickets or information on becoming a sponsor, contact Ciara’s Restaurant & Lounge in Johnston at 354-8800, Platforms Dance Club at 781-3121, Nicholson at 209-9059 or Buono at 533-0846. Nicholson and Buono can also be messaged on Facebook.