TAMPA, FL Feb 2, 2017 – The Gasparilla Music Festival, presented by Frontier is hosting a music instrument drive and free concert on Saturday February 4 from 11am–2pm at Channelside Bay Plaza in downtown Tampa. GMF will be collecting gently used instruments as part of its Recycled Tunes program which refurbishes the instruments and provides them to local schools. Instrument donors will receive a FREE general admission ticket to the Gasparilla Music Festival taking place March 11-12 in downtown Tampa.
“Recycled Tunes’ mission is to ensure that every child in the Tampa Bay area has access to a musical instrument,” said Jamie Zinober, the program’s chair. “That one instrument sitting in your closet could change the entire course of a kid’s life.”
Instrument donors can drop off their instruments in the valet area at Channelside Bay Plaza located at 615 Channelside Drive, Tampa. Instruments collected during the drive will benefit Hillsborough County schools and music programs. For large instrument donations such as pianos and for additional information about the drive, please contact GMF at [email protected]
During the Instrument Drive, GMF will be hosting a free concert at Channelside Bay Plaza. The concert will feature several youth bands. Performers and times are listed below.
11:00 am Kat Baumback Music - University of Tampa - Pop/Soul
11:50 am Patel Conservatory Jazz Combo – Jazz
12:40 pm Sugar Rush - Pop/rock
1:30 pm Like 2 Minutes - University of Tampa - Alternative Rock
11am - 2pm MA ART - MARKANTHONY R LITTLE - Live painting
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