Community Outreach Events

CONCERTTRAX dissolves and debunks the dated belief that sex, drugs, and rock-n-roll are cool by drawing upon national & local musicians, artists, poets, painters, dancers, comedians and teens/young adults enrolled in the Trax Programs to perform at Road Recovery events. A variety of music performers in varying genres (rock, R&B, rap/hip-hop, folk, jazz, etc.) participate in CONCERTTRAX.

Audiences of all ages are given the opportunity to hear first-hand testimony from entertainers and teens/young adults whose lives had been negatively affected by addiction or other challenging adversities.

When applicable, Road Recovery provides small group discussions (off-stage) or forums allowing performing artists to share their experience dealing with addictions or other adversities. The post-performance groups in these forums encourage audience members to engage in discussion about the effects of addiction or other adversities, while comparing and weighing the positive real-life experiences to support the performers’ lifestyle choices.

An on-site booth can be provided, allowing the performing artist the opportunity to interact with audience members face-to-face, have Q&A, sign autographs, and distribute information. The booth helps to publicize local area networks, crisis intervention resources,and sponsors supporting Road Recovery’s CONCERTTRAX.
“I’ve experienced first-hand how the members of Road Recovery have successfully overcome destructive energies and have been able to channel their energies into true musical talents.” – Fred Schneider, B-52’s



1-3 hours per event
frequency ad hoc


Road Recovery provides educational/performance workshops and peer support.

Road Recovery and its RoadTrax, Trax Program, VirtualTrax, SeminarTrax, ConcertTrax, MasterTrax and FieldTrax do not provide medical care or maintain protected health information for its participants.