LAS VEGAS—An exciting lineup of entertainers and speakers will add to the free festivities at Nevada Recovery Celebration on Saturday, September 12 from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. at Cashman Center Las Vegas, 850 Las Vegas Blvd. North. The public is invited to attend, including Nevadans overcoming alcoholism and addictions, and their families. Attendees must be clean and sober to participate. Entrance to the event is free; parking is $3

Featured speakers and entertainers will include:
· First Lady of Nevada Dawn Gibbons
· Dr. Joseph Bradley, New You Clinic Addictionologist
· Lori Wagner performing selections from her CD “Rockovry”
· Steve Connolly, who has been recognized as the “Best Elvis in Las Vegas”
· Blues singer Sarah Todora and the Primary Purpose Band
· Singer/guitarist Shawn Eiferman
· Cold Road Band
· Al Unser Jr., Indy Race Driver
· DJ Khalid King
· A variety of interactive children’s activities
* Speakers and entertainers subject to change.
Held in recognition of Nevadans’ recovery from alcoholism and addictions, Nevada Recovery Celebration will feature workshops and panel discussions, 12-Step-based marathon meetings, human service and recovery booths, plus take-home information on addiction problems and solutions. Workshop and panel topics will include: crystal meth, cocaine and heroine abuse; domestic violence and substance abuse; prescription pill addiction; human trafficking; problem gambling and special recovery sessions geared toward Native Americans, Latinos, women, men and the LGBT community. The event will also provide excellent networking opportunities for professionals in the recovery and addiction fields. Children under age 16 must have adult supervision; childcare will not be available at the celebration.
About Nevada Recovery Celebration
Nevada Recovery Celebration is a non-profit organization consisting of Nevada’s leaders in treatment and recovery who are dedicated to the cause of promoting and celebrating recovery from alcoholism and substance abuse in the great state of Nevada. The organization strives to inform Nevada’s citizens of the resources available to help save lives from the devastating effects of addictions. Nevada Recovery Celebration is also a centralized resource-referral, educational and information service. For further information, visit www.nevadarecoverycelebration.com.