Two-day musical event to benefit women’s, children’s charities
Terra Studios — home of the Bluebird of Happiness — will host Angel Fest, a benefit for CASA of NWA, the NWA Children’s Shelter, Children’s House, the Children’s Safety Center, the Children’s Advocacy Center, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families and the Samaritan Community Center’s Snackpack Program.
Angel Fest will be held in the new Terra Studios Event Center on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 13-14. The two-day event will showcase the talent of Northwest Arkansas’s women musicians.
Featured on Saturday: 11 a.m., Bryn Bowen Cox, Celtic harp; noon, Susan Shore, eclectic folk; 1 p.m., Bonnie Turner, jazz; 2 p.m., Rochelle Bradshaw, reggae; 3 p.m., the women of Harmonia, eclectic a capella; 4 p.m., Leah Spears (of Jones & Leah), blues.
Appearing Sunday: 11 a.m., Pat Fultz (of East of Zion), Americana; noon, Jennifer Graham (Tin Pan Alley Cats), folk; 1 p.m., Meagan White, country; 2 p.m., Carter Sampson, contemporary; 3 p.m., Felicia Hamilton (Rogers Jazz Society), jazz; and 4 p.m. Candy Lee Long & the Sweets, conscious indie folk.
For Angel Fest, Terra Studios will introduce their newest product: Grace & Gratitude, pink and blue glass angels, especially created to help support these local charities. Ten percent of the sales of Grace & Gratitude will be donated to the above Northwest Arkansas nonprofit agencies whose mission is to brighten the world for children in need.
Angel Fest tickets will be available at the door for $10 per day. Grace & Gratitude will be offered beginning Nov. 13 in Terra Studios’ gallery. Snacks and beverages may be purchased in the Terra Studios Coffee House. Terra Studios is open daily, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.