News By Tag
News By Location
Traditions of Braselton Marks a Milestone with Fifth Annual Sheila Fest
Master-planned Community in North Georgia Invites Public to Come Out for All-Day Outdoor Music Festival October 16 to Benefit iServe Ministries and Local Families in Need
By: Traditions of Braselton
Proceeds from Sheila Fest 2021 will benefit iServe Ministries – which seeks to end generational poverty by meeting practical needs and teaching life skills. This year, the nonprofit is expanding its vision to include the Village of Hope – a transitional housing community for the working homeless and insecure families of Northeast Georgia. With an astounding $28,000 raised through Sheila Fest last year, Anderson and the rest of the planning committee hope to nearly double those numbers this year in support of the Village of Hope.
"The estimated cost to build each cottage in the Village of Hope is $50,000, so that's this year's fundraising goal," said Bryan Allen, General Manager for Traditions of Braselton. "I'd love to see as many people as possible from both within and well outside the community come together to enjoy a great time for a great cause. Together, we can nail that goal for our neighbors in need. In addition to live music lined up onstage all day, we'll have local vendors, food trucks, a kids' zone, petting zoo and more. Gates open at noon and the first show begins at one."
Kids 15 and under will be admitted for FREE, but for everyone else, tickets are just $20 when pre-ordered online at SheilaFest.com or $30 at the gate. Sheila Fest 2021 will feature the following bands: