Just a few years ago Invasion founder Amy Lambert was a teenager on her deathbed. A drug addict since age 12, Lambert spent all of her adolescent years using and selling drugs. By age 19, with her life on the line, she overcame a severe addiction to oxycontin and began to spend her life trying to help others overcome the odds in their lives. Invasion was born out of Lambert’s dream to reach out to those who need to know that there is hope on the other side of addiction. She envisioned an event that would entertain the masses and toss out a lifeline to those grasping for hope in a dark world. Invasion is a non-profit concert outreach that draws large crowds and gives drug addicts a place to get plugged-in to recovery programs and gain new promise for their lives. The event has gained the support of a wide-array of talented bands and music artists who believe in the Invasion effort and have joined in it through their music.