A LoCo Jam to Benefit NatCapLyme
Get ready for a jam packed evening filled with great music, delicious food and drink, important health and wellness information, and so much more!
Live Music by School of Rock starting at 5pm
Back by popular demand, 80s cover band, The Reflex! -- starting at 7pm!
Libations from Tarara Winery & Old Ox Brewery
Health & Wellness Information
Food provided by Ford's Fish Shack, Guest Speakers & More!
Hope for Lyme Songwriting Contest
Are you a song writer?!
Have a musical talent?!
Or a patient with Lyme and want to
share your experience in a song?!
Enter to win and have your song featured
at the Hope for Lyme Music Fest!
Rules for the Hope for Lyme Songwriting Contest:
Send your entry with your written song lyrics by email to email@example.com.
You can even make a video of you (and your band, if you have one) singing and/or performing your song!
Deadline to submit entries is Midnight on Sunday, October 7th.
Winner Announced @ the Concert
Are you Lucky?!
Keep your eyes peeled for one of the 20 Golden Tickets hidden around Loudoun County and you could find yourself with 2 VIP Experience Passes to the Hope for Lyme Music Fest!
Sponsorship opportunities and booths for the Health & Wellness Expo are still available so reach out if you're interested before space fills up!
We're also looking for volunteers so be sure to touch base if you'd like to help!
About the Beneficiary:
The National Capital Lyme Disease Association (NatCapLyme) strives to improve the quality of life for people suffering from Lyme and other tick-borne illnesses by offering support and disseminating information that educates and empowers patients, families, healthcare workers, and the community at large about these diseases. NatCapLyme encourages individuals to advocate for themselves in their goal to regain their health. The organization offers regular patient support group meetings throughout Virginia, Maryland, North Carolina, and DC, as well as information, speakers, and news updates on legislative and scientific developments.
All proceeds go directly to the National Capital Lyme Disease Association (NatCapLyme) and will be used to educate the public and physicians about symptoms, diagnosis, treatments, and methods of prevention, as well as to fund Lyme disease research efforts.