Back in 2007, the Brock "Rascal" Riemath Memorial Scholarship created an event called the Rascal Roundup to raise money for their nonprofit.

The scholarships they give out are in honor of their loved one Rascal.

Since 2007 they have given out around 50 scholarships to people in need. These scholarships could be for undergraduate, graduate, mission trips, and medical grants.

Along with all the amazing good they are already doing, they use this platform to bring awareness to organ donations.

The event has a big music lineup featuring Mason and The Gin Line, Colton James and Company, Jim Clack, Cory Anderson Kilough and Marty Lee McCray.

There will be delicious food trucks, with nothing but the best drinks at The Garden.

There will also be silent and live auctions with terrific Mother's Day gift packages, kids' stuff, sports, tickets and more.

If you have children they are also welcome all night long.

"We are a donor family. So Rascal was my little brother. He saved nine lives when we lost him, which is our namesake, Rascal Roundup, so we definitely use that to keep running and to keep doing amazing things with his legacy," Deanie said.

Deanie and her mother have done tremendous work supporting the Lubbock community with this important memorial to the son and brother they lost.

So come on out to The Garden on Saturday, June 15th for a tremendous night of music, food, fun, prizes, and, most importantly, fundraising.

Lonestar 99.5 will be out with a live remote broadcast in support of this big night and you can win some free prizes!

Tickets are only $10 and are available in advance online or at the door. You can also find out more about the event and their nonprofit on their website.

The Garden is located at 1801 Buddy Holly Avenue in the Depot District. Doors open at 5 p.m. and they go all night long. Kids are welcome all night as well.

We look forward to seeing y'all there.

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