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Phoenix country music festival to raise money for autism

Musicians unite to support at-risk populations

Posted 6/13/24

An evening of acoustic originals featuring top country artists from the Southwest with gather in Phoenix in support of autism and at-risk populations.

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LIVE MUSIC

Phoenix country music festival to raise money for autism

Musicians unite to support at-risk populations

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An evening of acoustic originals featuring top country artists from the Southwest with gather in Phoenix in support of autism and at-risk populations.

The Live Life Songwriters Music Festival takes place at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 30, at Foley Ranch, a smokehouse barbecue restaurant that features live country music located at 21001 N. Tatum Blvd., Unit 93, in Desert Ridge Marketplace, in Phoenix.

The free event is in partnership with Raise Your Hands Inc., a nonprofit dedicated to educating, empowering and advocating for people and families living with autism spectrum disorder. The day will also feature barbecue and nonstop music and dancing.

Foley Ranch opens at 11 a.m. that day, and scheduled live music starts at noon before the festival begins at 4 p.m., which will feature local country artists including Raise Your Hands Inc. founder Bobby Joe Bell who will share acoustic originals.

10% of the day’s sales will benefit Raise Your Hands Inc., which is dedicated to educating, advocating, and empowering people and families living with Autistic Spectrum Disorder.

"The funds raised from this event will assist all ASD families and help individuals who deserve to play, work, live, and socialize at their own pace in their own space,” Bell shared in a press release.

Additional artists scheduled to perform include Keeira Lyn Ford, Tyler Gummersall, Calvin Rainwater, Matt Farris, Jacob Farris, Josh Roy, Lacey Rashea, Michael Tendley, and Brian Tielle.

Visit https://www.foleyranch.com/events.