Beginning in July, select Hard Rock Café locations across the country will host a series of competitions where local Guitar Hero: Aerosmith players and fans will rock it out in their favorite game for a chance to win a trip to the Hard Rock Café in Boston and compete for the Grand Prize.The top four scores across the Hard Rock Café competitions throughout the U.S. will compete in a Guitar Hero: Aerosmith showdown at the finale event at Hard Rock Café Boston on August 25 in front of AEROSMITH frontman Steven Tyler and a host of Boston area celebrities and sports heroes. Steven Tyler will personally award the Grand Prize winner his custom-designed Guitar Hero: Aerosmith / Hard Rock Café Red Wing motorcycle. Committed to its "Love All, Serve All" creed, the Guitar Hero: Aerosmith Rocks the Hard Rock finale event will benefit FORGE, a U.S.-based non-profit organization that works with displaced communities in Africa. For further information and full listings, go to this location.
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