Presented By Unified Community Connections
Hoodstock is a grass roots music festival with its roots based on the rock/folk music scene of the late '60s and early '70s mixed with contemporary music. Originally founded in 2004 as a neighborhood event before its popularity made all the Baltimore region its "hood" Hoodstock is now a major fundraiser to benefit Unified Community Connections and all they do to advance the independence of children and adults with disabilities.
Hoodstock is considered to be an anti-black-tie charity event where guests “Just Say No to Black-Tie and Yes to Tie-Dye!” It is a casual, laidback, family friendly event where attendees enjoy live music along with good casual food, beer, and wine all for a modest ticket price. Many of the bands that perform include band members who have a direct connection to the mission of Unified Community Connections. Approximately 420 people attended last year raising more than $81,000!
When: October 7, 2017
Doors: 5:45 PM
Music: 6:00 PM
Event Headliner, Roses n Rust, hits the stage at 8:00 pm
American Visionary Art Museum
800 Key Highway
The Museum will be open to view exhibits.
What’s Provided: Lots of live music, dinner, beer, wine, raffles, and a silent auction.
Dress: Casual or your best hippie outfit (tie-dye, bell bottoms, and your peace necklace.)
Early Bird General Admission (Available Until Midnight Sept. 5) - $45.00
Advance General Admission - $50.00
At The Door - $55.00
Children Ages 6+ - $10.00
(Kids 5 and Under are Free)
Tie Dye Diamond ($10,000) – logo on website, event signage, 20 guests, 6 t-shirts
Peace and Love Platinum ($5,000) – name on website, event signage, 12 guests, 4 t-shirts
Flower Power Gold ($3,000) – name on website, event signage, 10 guests, 2 t-shirts
Groovy Silver ($1,000) – name on website, event signage, 8 guests
Far Out Bronze ($500) – name on website, event signage, 6 guests
Very Cool Friends ($300) – name on website, event signage, 4 guests
- - Hoodstock is a fundraiser for Unified Community Connections
- - Hoodstock is meant to be the anti-black-tie charity event. It is designed in the fashion of the late '60s and early '70s music festivals where all come casual, relaxed, and enjoy rock/folk music from multiple local and regional bands. Hoodstock does not look or feel like the traditional gala and we think that is a good thing!
- - Hoodstock started in 2004 at Russ & Jen Causey's and Larry & Gracie Musher's Otterbein neighborHOOD backyard as a fun acoustic music party (no charity affiliation) with 30+ guests
- - 2005 was the first year Hoodstock served as a fundraiser for Unified Community Connections. Still in the backyard with about 70 guests the event raised $1,200
- - In its third year Hoodstock moved to the Otterbein Swim Club to allow for more guests and better facilities. Hoodstock was held at the neighborhood pool for the next 5 years with the last year having 187 guests and $20,300 raised
- - The next 3 years (2011-2013) Hoodstock was held at the B&O Railroad Museum with the last year's event raising $65,000 with more than 350 guests. Last year we had over 420 attend and raised more than $79,000
- - Hoodstock moved in 2014 to the famous American Visionary Art Museum fondly known as AVAM where 360 attended and over $70,000 was raised
- - In the 12 years that Hoodstock has been a charity event for Unified Community Connections it has raised over $496,000
- - All musicians have performed for free and many have a direct connection to Unified Community Connections
Hoodstock XIVSaturday, October 07, 2017 6:00 PM