January 19, 2005

AC/DC's Brian Johnson, TWISTED SISTER's Dee Snider, CHEAP TRICK's Robin Zander and BON JOVI's Richie Sambora are among the musicians scheduled to perform at the Mardi Gras kick-off celebration on Saturday, February 5 at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida.

The grand opening at Mardi Gras is about more than just music. Guests will experience an intermission like no other when the Mardi Gras parade takes to the streets of Universal Studios. Revelers will dance the night away amidst the excitement of new floats, street performers, stilt walkers and costumed characters that transform the theme park into the greatest celebration east of the Mississippi.

The Musicians 4 Disaster Relief organization, which is responsible for assembling the all-star lineup, has asked that all performance fees be donated to the American Red Cross's tsunami relief efforts and the Florida Hurricane Relief fund.

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