Unified Community Connections, a nonprofit agency serving children and adults with disabilities, will hold its signature event, Hoodstock XV, a family-friendly music festival fundraiser where guests wear jeans and tie-dye and enjoy live music from the 1960s and ’70s with a splash of contemporary.
Saturday, Oct. 13
5:45 p.m. doors open
6 p.m. opening act
7:45 p.m. headliner – Roses n Rust
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Highway
Roses n Rust will headline Hoodstock and cover both classic and modern artists. Admission includes food, beer and wine, with raffles and a silent auction. In addition, local celebrity O.J. Brigance, senior advisor for player development for the Baltimore Ravens, will present this year’s Samuel A. Tucker Memorial Can Do Award.
Hoodstock started in 2004 as a neighborhood event and has since grown into a major fundraiser to benefit children and adults with disabilities. Last year, more than 400 people attended and the event raised over $82,000.
“Dig out those bell bottoms or come as you are to rock out in the eclectic setting of the American Visionary Art Museum in support of a great cause,” said Diane Coughlin, president and CEO of Unified Community Connections.
Early bird tickets are $40 through Sept. 4. Advance general admission tickets are $45. Admission at the door is $55. Children age 5 and younger are free; children ages 6 to 17 are $10. For more information, visit www.unified.org or www.facebook.com/hoodstock or contact Lauren Bussard at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-484-4540, ext. 2461.