Sober AF Entertainment is the voice for a community looking for fun without being around drugs or alcohol. These activities are traditionally at non sober areas like concerts and sporting events.

Sober AF Entertainment offers calendar and event support for sober support groups and helps promote their own sober tailgates at sporting events and concerts.

The goal at Sober AF Entertainment is simple. Promote “no drunk” areas and support sober safe zones. As a non-profit, Sober AF can purchase tickets at a discount and sell them to people wanting to enjoy themselves in these safe zones. Included are sober tailgates to engage the community. The website includes a calendar of events nationally with other sober support groups like The Phoenix, YPAA and other Collegiate Recovery activities. Sober AF wants to be the voice for people looking for a safe place to have fun. Also to promote, educate and support the public about sober SAFE Zones and other support groups.

Who is behind Sober AF Entertainment?

Founder and Executive Director Duke Rumely has been working in the Recovery Field for over 9 years in many different roles. He’s learned from his role as an Interventionist, Alumni Manager and Marketing Director. He is a person in long-term recovery, since May 1989, and has been an active member in the recovery community from the beginning. Hs is also an avid live music fan. He has worked closely with the Association of Recovery in Higher Education, Phoenix Multisport and Young People in Recovery, all nonprofit support groups. Duke is joined by board member Cortland Mathers- Suter who has held many positions in the treatment field and Treasurer Tim Hebert an aviation professional for over 25 years. For More information, visit or reach Duke Rumely at


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