Guitar Legend Steve Vai To Raffle Off Signed Guitar For FCA

Steve Vai at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury (Photo by NYCB Theatre at Westbury house photographer Mark Schoen)

Long Island native and guitar virtuoso Steve Vai will be presenting one lucky raffle winner with a signed guitar at one of his world famous Master Classes. Proceeds from raffle ticket sales will benefit Family and Children’s Association (FCA), Long Island’s leading health and human services nonprofit. FCA protects and strengthens vulnerable children, families, seniors and their communities to make Long Island an even better place to live. Steve Vai’s long time support of (FCA) was turned up to 11 after he donated the signed Ibanez RG guitar to FCA earlier this summer.

“FCA is a crucial organization that gives care and support to disadvantaged, vulnerable and at-risk children, seniors, and families, and it is an honor for me to be in a position to help raise needed funds for them with an RG guitar raffle that will take place at my master class at The Music Zoo on Long Island,” said Steve Vai. “Please join us at the class or purchase a raffle ticket from wherever you are in the world to support this most vital organization.”

Raffle tickets cost $50 each. Raffle participants who cannot attend the presentation after the Master Class need not worry, Steve will schedule a video conference call with the lucky winner to congratulate him or her on their big win! The event will be held at The Music Zoo in Roslyn on August 24.

To register for the Master Class (registration includes one raffle ticket), visit:

To purchase a raffle ticket without the Master Class registration, visit:

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