Annual Music on the Hill to Benefit Wesselman Woods Scheduled for September 6th
For the first time in the event’s three year history, performers from outside the Evansville area will join those from the area to perform live on stage for the annual fundraiser benefiting Wesselman Woods Nature Preserve.
The concert will take place outdoors on the pond stage at Wesselman Woods, and will feature local musicians such as Calabash and The Honey Vines with Tim Piazza along with Mali-born Vieux Farka Toure and GRAMMY® Nominated Progressive Hip-Hop artist, Christylez Bacon from Washington D.C.
Tickets are $7.50 each for everyone over the age of 12, with kids 12 and under free. All attendees will receive a wrist band that will allow them to come and go as they please across the day. Also on hand for the festivities will be Pizza Revolution, Granola Jar and more providing food, however guests are welcome to bring their own picnic. A beer garden will also be on site with Turonis supplying the beer. Crafters, performers and children’s activities round out the event.
Contact Wesselman Nature Society Executive Director Dr. John Scott Foster at (812) 479-0771, ext. 101 or email@example.com, or Tasha Long (Dandy) at (812) 589-7207 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
For more information on the musicians scheduled to perform, visit the Wesselman Nature Society website.