VELVET REVOLVER and THE DARKNESS are among the acts confirmed to perform at Miller Brewing Company's star-studded "Rock Through Time" concert this fall in New York, according to The event will be held Sept. 17-18 at the city's Roseland Ballroom, and will also feature performances from LENNY KRAVITZ, JAMES BROWN, CHEAP TRICK and THE DOORS OF THE 21ST CENTURY, among others.

No tickets will be sold to the general public for the event, with the audience expected to be dominated by contest winners. Miller itself is giving away 1,000 tickets in addition to a sweepstakes for a trip to New York to see the concert.

The show will conclude the brewer's celebration of rock 'n' roll's 50th anniversary, which has seen it unveil commemorative cans of Miller Lite and MGD and team up with Napster and Fender Guitar for various giveaways.


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