Dementia Spotlight Foundation presents 9th Annual Alzheimer's Music Fest, August 28
Dementia Spotlight Foundation (DSF) invites supporters and the local community to help make a difference in the lives of individuals living with dementia-related disorders by dancing the night away at the 9th Annual Alzheimer’s Music Fest at The Tabernacle. Starting at 6 p.m. on Saturday, August 28, the historic Atlanta concert venue will welcome festivalgoers for a multi-hour evening event filled with legendary live music, food and drinks. Alzheimer’s Music Fest founder Vince Albert Zangaro, who serves as DSF’s Director of Development and Special Events and is also a singer-songwriter, has lined up a fun-filled evening where guests can rock out for a cause to raise much-needed funds to the Alzheimer’s and dementia communities. Two stages will feature performances from 10 bands, including homegrown talent Cracker, Arrested Development, Drivin N’ Cryin and others!
All proceeds benefit families and individuals living with Dementia-related disorders. General admission festival tickets start at $60 for lower-level seating or $100 for upper-level seating, which will provide local families with two hours of respite care. Each VIP ticket ($150) helps DSF offer ongoing support group sessions for eight local recipients in need. To date, DSF has gifted over 7,000 hours in respite care to families faced with a dementia diagnosis.
9th Annual Alzheimer’s Music Fest
Performances by Cracker, Arrested Development and Drivin N’ Cryin will help raise awareness and funds for local families living with Alzheimer’s and dementia-related disorders.
Saturday, August 28 at 6 p.m.
152 Luckie Street NW
Atlanta, GA 30303
This event is open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information, visit bit.ly/AlzheimersMusicFest.