Saturday October 7th 2017
Join us on Saturday October 7th, 2017 for a day of live classic rock music, food and fun to help raise money and awareness for the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center.
-- The event will start at 4:00 PM and go until midnight.
The Meteor Music Festival and Barn Dance is an annual private charity event and celebration designed to benefit cancer research and treatment. This year's artists will include The Golden Road, one of the best Grateful Dead tribute bands on the East Coast, Sweet Leda, a funky classic soul rock band and several other artists.
This is a private event and all guests must be registered in advance to attend. To register for this event make a donation to the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center, through the link below. There is no minimum or limit to your donation, but to maximize the fundraising effort we are seeking an average of at least a $50 donation for each guest. Once you have registered, your name will be added to the guest list and you will be emailed the farm address and event info.
We will provide the entertainment and free beer. Food vendors will be selling Pit Beef sandwiches and things like this for a small fee. You will have to pay for your food so bring some cash. You must be 21 years old or older to consume alcohol. Please bring ID to verify your age and identity so that you may enter the festival. We look forward to having a fun, safe day and raising lots of money for a worthy cause.
We will email the address before the event to everyone who makes a donation to the charity.
If you are traveling from out of town consider staying at the Hunt Valley Inn. This is the closest hotel about 20 minutes from the farm. If enough people from out of town stay here we can arrange for a shuttle to take you to and from the party.
University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center is a newly opened state of the art cancer treatment center located in Harford County. This facility was designed and built to be a one-stop shop to service all of the needs of those fighting this disease. Over 100 new patients are treated at the Kaufman Cancer Center every day and donations to this year's music festival will go to fund the programs that benefit these patients and their families. To learn more, visit the University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health Patricia D. and M. Scot Kaufman Cancer Center website.