Hosted by the Rutgers Club of Greater Philadelphia and the Rutgers University Alumni Association
Registration for this event has closed. Due to the nature of this event, walk ins cannot be accommodated.
National Constituion Center
525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Join us for a fun evening with fellow Rutgers alumni and friends in Philadelphia. We begin our evening with a private viewing of the new exhibit From Asbury Park to the Promised Land: The Life and Music of Bruce Springsteen. This is the first major exhibit about the America songwriter and was created by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. This must-see exhibition is making its East Coast debut at the National Constitution Center- the first and only venue where it is slated to travel. Learn more about the exhibit here.
After the exhibit, we will be walking four blocks to Rocchino’s Restaurant located at 239 Chestnut Street for a cocktail reception with heavy appetizer’s and a cash bar. Terry Stewart ENG’69, ED’69, president and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame will be our special guest speaker for the evening.
5:30-7:00 Private viewing of the Bruce Springsteen Exhibit at the National Constitution Center
7:00-9:00 Cocktail reception at Rocchino’s with special guest speaker Terry Stewart
$25.00 per person includes: private admission to exhibit, heavy appetizers at Rocchino’s and an exclusive Rutgers giveaway.
Directions and a list of local parking garages can be found here.
For questions, please email email@example.com or call 848-932-2266.
About Terry Stewart, ENG'69, ED'69
Terry Stewart ENG’69, ED’69 has been president and CEO of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum since 1999. The acclaimed nonprofit organization in Cleveland, Ohio, educates more than 500,000 annual visitors about the history and continuing significance of rock and roll music through its world-class museum, library, archives, and educational programs.
A lifelong pop-culture enthusiast, Stewart’s personal memorabilia collection includes nearly 500,000 records. His passion for music developed exponentially while he was an undergraduate at Rutgers. He booked bands for events at the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, where he was president and social chair. He also enjoyed the university’s close proximity to New York City’s happening music scene. Stewart previously was the president and COO as well as vice chairman of Marvel Entertainment Group. In 1991, when Marvel went public, Stewart was named CNBC Marketing Executive of the Year. Watch a video about Terry Stewart here.