Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge to Perform At 25th National
Donruss/Playoff Brings in Rock-n-Roll and Doo-Wop Legend for Sneak Peek Night
Attendees of the 25th National Sneak Peek Night are in for a real treat. The group
that made hits like "Sixteen Candles", "Step By Step", "The
Angels Listened In" and "The Worst That Could Happen" will make a rare
appearance at the 25th National Sports Collectors Convention, Wednesday, July 21st.
Johnny Maestro and The Brooklyn Bridge will be on hand to kick off the first Sneak Peek
Night ever at the National Sports Collectors Convention. In addition to their performance,
which begins at 7:30 PM at the IX Center, in Cleveland, Ohio, there is another rare
opportunity for fans of the future hall of fame group. Fans may purchase an autograph of
the famed rock-n-roll group that day from 5-6:30 PM. "Those who attend the Wednesday
night Sneak Peek Night will be treated to an incredible chance to hear one of the greatest
rock and Doo-Wop groups of our time," said Mike Berkus, co-executive director and
founder of the National. "We are grateful that Donruss/Playoff is offering this rare
treat to our dealers, VIP Premier Club members as well as the thousands of collectors and fans
who attend our first-ever, Sneak Peek Night at the National. What a way to kick things off."
Those wishing to attend Sneak Peek night, may purchase advance tickets by going to the 25th
National web site - www.natlconv.com or by
calling 877-5-NATIONAL (877-562-8466). Advance tickets are $12 and on-site tickets are $15.
Source: The National
Date: May 29, 2004
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