Festival on the Field: A Charity Concert for Foster Children
This event is a fundraiser extending all of the proceeds to a non-profit organization called Together We Rise. TWR is an organization that helps children in the foster care system. They have a number of amazing programs to make foster children's lives better. They offer reintegration programs to previous foster children, as they are much more prone to developing behavioral or educational issues without assistance.
It's going to be an extremely local festival with local music, artists, crafters and lots of FREE STUFF.
Check out our facebook event for other details and pictures of some raffle items.
The local bands include:
- The Fox Fire (Facebook)
- Redleg Husky (Facebook)
- Pheromone (Facebook)
- Borrowed Arts (Facebook)
- Sailor's Warning (Facebook)
- Lost iN Sound (Youtube)
The event also includes:
- Henna Tattos
- Rockstar Energy
- Tau Kappa Epsilon will be doing: Pie-A-Brother
- The Meditation Club
- Local art for sale
- T-shirts for sale (made by local artists)
- Face Painting
- Hula Hoops for sale (and free hula hooping lessons!)
- MORE TO COME (pending area food services and more)
There will also be a HUGE Raffle (Thanks to Ed's Tavern) with prizes including: FIREBALL WHISKEY CORN HOLE BOARDS, a Pabst Blue Ribbon Rocking Chair, Coors Light cooler & Magic Hat cooler, Sam Adams Beer Tasting Kit, merchandise from the LUCKY PENNY and CHEERWINE, and SO MUCH MORE
This event has been identified as being open to the public. For more information about Community Engagement and public outreach at Appalachian State University, please visit our website, http://www.community.appstate.edu.
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