Country 92-5’s Salute To Heroes takes place on Wednesday, October 25th featuring Frank Ray, former police officer and Stoney Creek Recording artist, Connecticut’s own Jordan Oaks featuring Remy Adair and a DJ set to open the concert by Country 92-5's own Joey Brooks!

This is in partnership with iHeartCommunities and a special pre-concert ceremony to begin at 7pm with a tribute and performance from The Police Pipes and Drums of Waterbury, The Bristol Police Department Honor Guard and the singing of the national anthem by Sherri Plaster, wife of Captain Jim Plaster of the Bristol Fire Department. Commentary from Bristol Mayor Jeff Caggiano and Chief Brian Gould of the Bristol Police Department.

There will also be a very special performance by Remy Adair with her song, The Whisper. Remy is a 9-year-old Connecticut youth who felt compelled to write a song about the Bristol tragedy at age 8 and has been able to perform it at various community gatherings to honor and remember.

This special tribute evening will honor and remember the lives of the fallen Bristol Police Officers: Sgt DeMonte and Lt Hamzy and honor all those who serve and protect across Connecticut.

The show is happening at Cadillac Ranch in Southington. Doors open at 6pm (5:45pm for VIPs!) and the show begins at 7pm! This is a 21+ event.


Ticket Info

Tickets are on-sale now. A portion of the proceeds will to benefit the Bristol Police Department and the FRAY Foundation. General admission tickets only $25!

General Admission Tickets are available for purchase at the door of the Cadillac Ranch for $25 cash
Cash raffles with proceeds going to CT Law Enforcement will take place on-site