The Second Annual Ellis County MusicFest

Music lovers, get ready for fun. No matter what style of music you’re into, you’re sure to find something to please your ears at the second annual Ellis County MusicFest. An entire day of fun awaits you on April 20th from 10:00 a.m. to midnight. There will be music, food, and good times, including comedians, dancers, and visual arts. This is one music festival that delivers a variety of entertainment for every single person in your family.

Ellis County MusicFest will feature a variety of musical genres from country music to southern rock, pop music to acoustic acts, and everything in between. Music is the primary focus of this festival but there will be tons of other things to do. There will even be an art gallery, a silent auction, all kinds of delicious foods, and lots more.

The Association of Fine Arts: Benefiting Children is a not-for-profit association that attempts to teach kids leadership through the arts. Originally founded by a 15 year old, this local organization is run by teenagers for children of all ages.

Last year’s Dallas County MusicFest was so successful, the Association decided to begin an annual tradition. Just like last year, all proceeds will benefit the Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. The Association of Fine Arts: Benefiting Children hopes to continue donating to the Children’s Medical Center and to one day establish scholarships for worthy kids.

So if you love music, art, and fun, come on out to the second annual Ellis County MusicFest and show your support for this wonderful organization and these talented kids. With musical genres running the gamut from pop music, country and western, southern rock, acoustic, and everything in between, there’s a musical group for almost any taste.

For further information, or to get directions, contact the Association of Fine Arts: Benefiting Children from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. at (214) 949-3817; or email them at aofabc_musicfest@yahoo.com. We’d love to see you and your family there. Here’s to making new traditions!

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