Wednesday, August 5, 2020

Bike, Hike or Ferry to the 1st Annual Coronado Music Festival September 20-22!

Live music, artists Sept 20th, 21st, and 22nd at the Coronado Music Festival, all proceeds go to Coronado Music and Arts Foundation

The Coronado Music Festival is a three day event that is FREE to the public. The family friendly festival kicks off Friday, September 20, 2019, and will continue through Sunday, September 22 throughout the city of Coronado. The Grand Finale will be held at the picturesque Coronado Ferry Landing on the water’s edge – 1201 1st Street. Well known talent such as Lacy Younger, David Maldonado and Tori Roze and the Hot Mess will be rocking the island, along with nationally acclaimed classical musicians. Coronado student performers will also be joining the amazing roster of entertainers! Come and enjoy music, cheese carving, live art demonstrations, installations, photo ops, living mermaids and a chalk artist contest, … all whilst pondering the many shopping and dining options the Island has to offer!

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All proceeds from the festival will benefit The Coronado Music and Arts Foundation; a non-profit organization founded by Penny Rothschild and Jennifer Franks, whose mission is to provide music and art to special needs and underprivileged individuals in the local community. For more info visit: coronadomusicfestival.com


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