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Sun City Music Festival, Salvation Army Partner to Collect Supplies for Hurricane Harvey Relief

At this year’s Sun City Music Festival, embrace the golden rule that it’s always better to give than to receive.  Through SCMF’s official charitable partnership with The Salvation Army, festival goers can win big by giving back.

Relief efforts for those affected by Hurricane Harvey are underway, even as the storm continues to affect large parts of Texas. SCMF feels it’s more vital then ever to pitch in and help this who are displaced from Houston.

On both days of the event, September 2 & 3, fans are invited to donate non-perishable items to gain express entry to the festival through a marked Salvation Army entrance, located at festival’s main gates in Ascarate Park.

Look for the Salvation Army “entrance” and the “Express Entry / Salvation Army” entry lines.

Not only will participating attendees breeze through the festival gates with ease, they’ll feel good about helping those in need, and automatically be entered to win tickets to the 2018 festival.

Although only one item is required, SCMF organizers encourage fans to bring more. Permitted items for the food drive consists of non-perishables such as canned goods. Canned essentials include soup, beans, vegetables, fruit, meat, jars of peanut butter, bagged rice, baby formula, baby food, etc.

Additional SCMF festival information is available online or via the SCMF facebook page.

 

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