BENEFIT, Loudoun’s new coalition of local musicians and community leaders, announced Village at Leesburg has agreed to host the organization’s 2017 music festival Sept. 16.
The all-day music festival will be free and open to the public, all ages.
“We take pride in partnering with BENEFIT to raise money for the Loudoun community. Loudoun County is our village, and we are excited for the opportunity to support it with this music festival,” stated Staci Harris, VAL’s senior director of marketing.
In addition to Northern Virginia rock band drumfish and Loudoun-based singer/songwriter Todd Wright, featured bands include Big Bad JuJu, Frayed Knots, Juliana MacDowell and Half King Studio’s Emerging Artists.
Although tickets are free, concert organizers are asking attendees to give in a variety of creative ways leading up to and during the festival, including purchasing BENEFIT Loudoun T-shirts, VIP Tent tickets, and other activities at the event.
VIP tent tickets, T-shirts and information on sponsorship opportunities are available at benefit.live.