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The Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival was an amazing success! You made it magical and helped us to raise awareness and funds for kids in the Pittsburgh area on the autism spectrum.
The cost is $12 ($10 + $2 for shipping) and GET YOUR 2018 Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival Calendar!!! Click the “Buy Now” button below to get yours!
Or, Send your name, address, and check payable to:
Band Together Pittsburgh
4885-A McKnight Road #402
Pittsburgh, PA 15237
Some of the comments that we’ve received via our Facebook Page:
“AWESOME event and ideal venue!! (I definitely prefer the Syria’s Shrine over Hartwood). Loved all of the bands that played on Sunday!”
“Congrats on a great job done by all those involved with the Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival! I’m already looking forward to next year!!”
“Great cause! Great bands! Great food! Great turnout! Hope the funds raised were abundant! And cant wait to hear more on the documentary. Thanks for having me! Cant wait till next year too!!!!”
“What a wonderful event! Well organized, great venue, fantastic music, and good people. Happy to be a part of it. Look forward to next time.”
“…hopefully the start of a new yearly tradition. Great venue, great music and great food.”
“Fantastic event, wonderful organizers & volunteers, and of course AWESOME bands! Well done- see you next year!”
The 2018 Pittsburgh Blues and Roots Festival will be held July 21-22, 2018 in the very same place! The Syria Shrine Center in Cheswick, PA.
Band Together Pittsburgh a community based non-profit is producing the show. Band Together Pittsburgh is an organization that employs the power of music to engage children on the autism spectrum and their families. Through music we are able to improve social behaviors, increase focus and attention, reduce tension and create body awareness and coordination.
We are exited to be working in partnership with the Autism Society of Pittsburgh! The goal of the Autism Society of Pittsburgh is to help parents and professionals grow by providing as much relevant information on autism spectrum disorders as is known to us.