FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH Guitarist To Participate In '2018 Tour Of Champions Bowl-A-Thon' Charity Event

February 16, 2018

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH's Zoltan Bathory will once again lend a helping hand to Down Syndrome Foundation Of Florida's 2018's Tour Of Champions Bowl-A-Thon charity event. The benefit will take place on Sunday, February 18 at Orlando's Boardwalk Bowl Entertainment Center from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Zoltan will be joined by tourmate Tommy Vext, vocalist of BAD WOLVES, to support the event. Both artists will be bowling with fans who have raised funds for the organization. Additionally, meet-and-greet opportunities with FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH bassist Chris Kael at Welcome To Rockville festival will be auctioned at the event. Kael had joined Zoltan at the event in previous years. Click here for more information about Tour Of Champions Bowl-A-Thon.

Down Syndrome Foundation Of Florida is a non-profit organization started by a group of visionary parents who wanted to have a direct impact on children, families and the community as they journeyed through life with a loved one with Down syndrome. The Foundation is run 100% by volunteers, so all proceeds go directly to their programs.

Charity work has been close to the hearts of members of FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH as they have always given back to multiple organizations, ranging from suicide prevention to PTSD awareness campaigns for veterans to fallen police officers. Furthermore, BAD WOLVES' cover of THE CRANBERRIES' "Zombie" was released in honor of the late Dolores O'Riordan and will be donating proceeds to her three children.

FIVE FINGER DEATH PUNCH will be making stops in Florida later this spring for two festival dates — Welcome To Rockville on April 27 in Jacksonville and Fort Rock on April 28 in Sunrise.

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