Sat, October 7th, 2017
4:00pm - 9:30pm
Attention music and wine lovers! Hope for Lyme Music Fest is coming to the best outdoor concert venue in Loudoun, Tarara Winery!
Featuring special performances by the Reflex - the Ultimate 80s Tribute Band and School of Rock, along side a Health & Wellness Expo and guest speakers!
Grab your chairs, blankets, and dust off your parachute pants, Jordache jeans, and Rubik’s Cubes and prepare yourself for the sounds of The Reflex – The Ultimate 80’s Tribute Band & School of Rock because this is one lyme awarness event you won't want to miss!
You're also more than welcome to bring a cooler with anything EXCEPT for alcoholic beverages.
Doors Open @ 4pm
4pm-8pm Health & Wellness Expo
5pm-6pm School of Rock
7pm-9:30pm Reflex - The Ultimate 80s Tribute Band
Tag your pictures on FaceBook & Social Media at #HopeForLymeVA and win a prize for best picture at the concert!
$20/pp until August 31st
$25/pp from 9/1 - 10/6
$30/pp day of event
*** ONLINE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED ***
Tickets are available at the gate.
Can't make the date? Your contribution is still welcome and your tax deductible donation can be made here.
Thank You to our Platinum Sponsors!
Want to get involved?!
Sponsorship opportunities and booths for the Health & Wellness Expo are still available so reach out if you're interested before space fills up! Click here for more information about sponsorship levels!
We're also looking for volunteers so be sure to touch base if you'd like to help!
For more information on how you can get involved in this event email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.