Steve Vai will be performing at Eric Clapton's Crossroads Guitar Festival at the Cottonbowl in Dallas, Texas. The three-day music event will raise funds for the Crossroads Center. Set for June 4-6 at Fair Park, the Crossroads Guitar Festival will culminate in an all-star concert on June 6, featuring Clapton, B.B. King, Carlos Santana, Brian May, Pat Metheny, Jimmy Vaughan, Joe Walsh, Eric Johnson, Larry Carlton, Steve Vai and more!

Founded by Clapton in 1997, the Crossroads Center is a chemical addiction treatment and education center that provides residential care, family and aftercare programs on the island of Antigua.

Opening day (4-9 p.m.) admission is priced at $15, while second day (1-9 p.m.) tickets are $30. Tickets for the festival's final day (11 p.m. Guitar Center Village opening, 1 p.m. Cotton Bowl concert) are $60. Tickets go on sale March 13 via Ticketmaster.

Read more about the festival here.


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