Eutaw, Alabama Music Festival to Benefit Greene County Students
The Jous Band and Blues 24/7 is hosting the West Alabama Music Festival and Back Yard Fish Fry to help benefit students of the Greene County School System and PARA of Green County.
Organizers believe that the event will support students' success by supplying many kids with necessary school supplies and increasing family engagement. This will be an outdoor concert with 6 bands. There will also be free fish plates on a first come first serve basis for those that donate school supplies.
Tickets are 25 dollars and they will be collecting school supplies for Greene County School System and PARA of Green County. There will also be a donation made from the concert admission fee after expenses and all school supplies will be donated to the school, said the Jous Band representative.
West Alabama Music Festival and Back Yard Fish Fry
Saturday, August 27th
34 MLK Hwy Eutaw, Alabama
Showtime starts at 5 p.m.
Tickets are $25 and can be purchased at the gate
Organizers are asking the concert goers to donate school supplies as well
More About The Jous Band and Blues 24/7 was established in 1985 with high school and church friends and still has the same members. 8 years ago they moved from Tuscaloosa to Greene County. They have hits such as ” I’ll Be Done Gone,” What You Are Going To Do,” and their latest release “YOU” which you can find at all music outlets.
(Source) Press Release sent to Townsquare Media Tuscaloosa In addition, information was obtained by interview with The Jous Band and Blues 24/7 representative Joyce Brown.