This weekend, October 5-7th, TalkoftheTown411.com will be attending the 2012 Daytona Blues Festival Charity for women and children health, presented by Brighthouse Networks.
All proceeds will assist two deserving charities. The Halifax Hospital Neonatal intensive Care Unit treats our tiniest and most fragile citizens. This NICU provides unique services for newborns that require intensive care due to prematurity or illnesses diagnosed around the time of delivery.
Camp Boggy Creek is one of twelve "Hole in the Wall" camps that helps children with life-threatening or chronic illnesses experience a real camp experience with medical support on site. Camp Boggy Creek is free, since it is solely supported by contributions and donations from individuals, corporations and foundations.
The charity event promises to deliver three days of the best in Blues music from national blues artists playing in a great music venue. Festival goers will be treated to some of the best up-and-coming blues artists as well as classic blues musicians from a variety of blues genres.
Tickets are on sale through annualdaytonabluesfestival.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to the Festival Web site for complete information, including directions, ticket packages, where to stay, and things to do while in Daytona Beach. Hotel and ticket combination packages are available for a limited time, so a first priority should be to contact the hotel of your choice for details and reservations. Special offers are limited. Tickets are for sale at Miss Priss on Granada Avenue in Ormond Beach and Atlantic Sound on International Speedway Boulevard in Daytona Beach.