Here’s the schedule for this week’s Share the Shelter Music Fest (Saturday, September 29th) in Gulf Place.
11:00 am — Gates open / Pre-concert music by Aron Shiers
12:00 pm — Welcome to Share the Shelter!
12:15 pm — Kelsey Anna
1:15 pm — Boukou Groove
2:15 pm — Bryan Kennedy
3:15 pm — Special spoken word performance by ‘Say the Word’ Poetry
3:30 pm — Daphne Willis
4:45 pm — Geoff McBride
6:00 pm — Heritage
7:00 pm — Chris Alvarado
8:00 pm — Meghan McCormick
9:00 pm — Forrest Williams Band
The concert will be held this Saturday, September 29 in the Gulf Place amphitheater on Scenic Highway 30A in Santa Rosa Beach.
Concertgoers should expect a full day of music, food and fun. Dogs are allowed at this year’s event, and VIP passes as well as discounted tickets for children will be available for purchase.
“We are so grateful to have such amazing musicians that are willing to share their time and talent and help spread awareness about domestic violence and animal abuse,” said Michelle Sperzel, Executive Director, Shelter House. “People often forget that Domestic Violence touches the entire family including the family pets. When a woman leaves an abusive home and starts a new life she is not only saving her own life she is saving the lives of her children and animals.”
Visit the Share the Shelter Facebook page for daily updates and info about all of the performing artists. If you’re interested in volunteering for this event, please contact Shelter House at 850-243-1201.
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