BLUEGRASS GOES PINK FOR CANCER!!
IOWA CITY, IA. Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa (BMAI) is going “Pink” for Cancer awareness. Bluegrass Bands from Iowa, Missouri, and Minnesota will come together for the 1st Annual BMAI Bluegrass Goes Pink Festival on April 11 and 12, 2014 at the Clarion Highlander Hotel in Iowa City. Performances by Iowa bands Highway Home and Castle Ridge will begin on Friday April 11th at 6:30 PM. Also performing that evening will be Minnesota’s Award Winning Band Blue Wolf and Missouri’s Award Winning group The Baker Family.
On Saturday BMAI will provide workshops from 10am-Noon and 4-6pm with the concert to begin at 1pm. In addition to performances throughout the entire day by Highway Home, Castle Ridge, Blue Wolf, and The Baker Family there will be a special performance by the BMAI Bluegrass Band and a Special Cancer Awareness presentation by 16 year-old Haley Scott.
Patrons are encouraged to visit the BMAI website at www.iowabluegrassmusic.com for more information regarding this event. Tickets are now available on the website. The Clarion Highlander Hotel is offering a special bluegrass rate for those attending from out of the area. To make reservations call 319-354-2000 and request the bluegrass rate.
BMAI hosts several events each year throughout the state and is a 501c(3) non-profit organization that is dedicated to supporting, promoting, educating, and preserving the appreciation and enhancement of traditional bluegrass music in the State of Iowa. Partial proceeds from this event will go to the American Cancer Society in Iowa. Donations are being accepted at the BMAI website.
The Clarion Highlander Hotel is located at 2525 N. Dodge Street in Iowa City, Iowa.
For more information phone Lori King at 641-799-1442 or by email at email@example.com.
The 1st Annual BMAI Bluegrass Goes Pink is sponsored by the Bluegrass Music Association of Iowa, Central Iowa Tourism, and area businesses.