Show to benefit arts, music festival
To generate funds for next year’s Tiffin Music and Art Festival, organizers Nathan Mullins and Chelsea Bickelhaupt are inviting music lovers to wrap up the season with the Field of Dreams Summer Concert finale Sunday at the drive-in on North SR 53.
The gates open at noon, with music to start at 1 p.m.
The featured bands are Shrub and Elevens Enough. Music is to continue all day until dark, rain or shine. In the event of bad weather, the bands will move to the patio stage. Entertainment between acts includes a drum circle and fire artists.
At dark, the drive-in is to give a screening of “The Big Lebowski.”
Included with the $5 admission is an art festival bumper sticker and access to a beer garden for those 21 and older. Mullins said the event is family friendly, with free putt-putt golf and a cornhole tournament at 4 p.m.
Bickelhaupt is to be painting all day and offering some of her work as raffle prizes, including the original Tiffin Music and Art Festival poster.
A concession stand is to be open, too.
Pre-sale tickets can be purchased at the Tiffin Eagles, Madison Street Tavern and Field of Dreams.
Also available is a $10 VIP admission, which includes an arts festival T-shirt.
All proceeds are to assist with operational costs for the 2014 festival at Hedges-Boyer Park.
Those attending Sunday should bring their own seating.