Date(s) - 08/24/2019
12:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Head to Salisbury Beach for “The Ramble,” a day of music, food, games, and more to support our local Veterans. Hosted by popular roots rock band the Adam Ezra Group and RallySound, the band’s organization dedicated to grassroots mobilization and community empowerment, and the Salisbury Beach Partnership, the annual music festival will benefit the New England Center and Home for Veterans, supporting their work towards ending Veteran homelessness in New England.
Two stages will showcase incredible independent artists from throughout the Northeast. The Adam Ezra Group will play a headlining set at night, joined by other Ramble artists such as Antje Duvekot, The Contenders, and Colby James and the Ramblers.
Throughout the day, attendees can learn how they can engage in community activism with a visit to the “Ramble Town.” This hub of non-profit organizations and makers will be hosting activities such as beach-side yoga, a climbing wall, interactive games, and craft vendors. Check out the local restaurants and bars, all dedicated to supporting The Ramble. A spectacular beach-side firework display will cap off the fun-filled day of music and activism.
But the night doesn’t end there! At the Ramble On After Party, guests can join musicians Kali Stoddard-Imari and Steve Hartmann at the Carousel Lounge for a nightcap, a game of pool, and more amazing music.
The event itself is free, but donations are welcomed and appreciated. All proceeds will go to the New England Center and Home for Veterans, a nationally recognized leader in aiding veterans facing or at-risk of homelessness through an array of programs and services that enable success, meaningful employment, and independent living.
Last year’s Ramble hosted more than 4,000 people and raised enough money to help 25 Veterans find a home through the New England Center and Home for Veterans. For more information about the event or to donate visit https://getrambled.com/about.