First Annual Townsend Bay Music Festival
June 23 @ 12:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Please join us for a day of music, fun and food, including performances by:
Happenstance, Reach for the Sky, Toolshed Trio, James Nyby, Lost in the Shuffle, Anne O & Her Band, John “Greyhound” Maxwell & Jon Parry
Enjoy BBQ, friends, family and great music! All benefiting Bayside Housing.
Adults are $20, Kids are $10 (ages 6-12), kids 5 and under FREE
Get your tickets HERE!*
Tickets available at the gates the day of the festival.
*online buyers will NOT receive physical tickets, bring the Eventbrite print-out or get checked in off the Will-Call list.
7:30 PM Happenstance (Main Stage)
6:30 PM Lost in the Shuffle (Small Stage)
6:00 PM James Nyby (inside Spirits Bar & Grill)
5:00 PM Reach for the Sky (Main Stage)
4:00 PM John Maxwell & Jon Parry (Small Stage)
2:00 PM Toolshed Trio with Micaela Kingslight (Double Set! Main Stage)
1:00 PM Anne O & Her Band (Small Stage)
Entry fee includes access to all performances. BBQ and Beer Garden will be selling food and drink at additional cost.
Doors open at noon, live music begins at 1 with Anne-O & Her Band. There are two outdoor stages, no big gaps between acts. Blankets and chairs are welcome! We will also have chairs set-up and available. No coolers, please. Attendees get wrist-bands as they come in, which give you in-out privileges. Dogs are allowed on leashes. We suggest carpooling!
We need your help! Volunteer roles include ticket sales at the gate, wayfinding assistance, and grounds help. Please email email@example.com for more information, many shifts available throughout the day.
THANK YOU, SPONSORS!
This event wouldn’t be possible without our sponsors! We’re honored to be supported by the following businesses:
Interested in sponsoring? It’s not too late! Sponsor Information.
About Bayside – A Unique Approach to Supportive Housing
Sitting vacant for years, the Old Alcohol Plant presented an opportunity to meet multiple needs – one building for community service, one for community gathering. We opened both buildings in 2016.
Based off models used by other organizations around the country modifying unused hotels to serve those in need, Bayside employs a unique partnership with the Old Alcohol Plant to lease hotel rooms that we then provide on an extended-stay basis to low-income individuals and couples facing homelessness.
The Old Alcohol Plant also offers market-rate hotel rooms, a restaurant and bar, and event spaces, with all for-profit operations meant to support the mission of Bayside.
Bayside residents sign lodging agreements for 28 days at a time, and can renew indefinitely at the discretion of staff, depending on a number of factors, including engagement level of the guest in finding a permanent housing solution.
Units consist of a private bedroom/living space and bathroom, as well as in-unit mini-fridges and microwaves. Guests have access to a community room for projects, gathering, and online research.
Priority is given to seniors, veterans, and underemployed or low-wage workers who need housing in order to retain employment.
Bayside offers personalized case management that includes assistance with filling out housing applications, scheduling and transportation for medical appointments, and navigating other social services that are related to independent living and securing long-term housing.