Towson Students Rock For A Cause: Tributary Festival to Benefit Chesapeake Bay Foundation
TOWSON - Music meets philanthropy at Towson High School's annual Tributary Festival this September.
Now in its third year, the event is scheduled for Saturday, September 9, from 11 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Patriot Plaza in downtown Towson. All funds raised at the festival benefit the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
The Tributary Festival was initially conceived in 2021 by Reed Spaulding, a Towson High junior at the time, currently studying music business at Drexel University. Over its first two iterations, the festival has successfully raised $19,000 for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
This year's festival is being coordinated by Towson High School seniors Henry Kline and Matt Spencer, who serve as co-presidents of the organizing team. Spaulding will also attend this year's event as a performer with Spencer's band, Bleached.
The 2023 lineup includes a diverse array of performers, including Lutherville Rock School, Luvable Idiots, Yutzi, MLLN, Blake Ruby, Bleached, Stages Music Arts, Crocodile Tears, Music Space, and Thunder Club.
While students can attend the event for free, non-student tickets are available online for $10. All proceeds generated from the event - including donations, merchandise sales, and raffles - will support the Chesapeake Bay Foundation.
Various local organizations are supporting the festival, including the Lutherville Rock School, Stages Music Arts, Charm City Run, PRS Guitars, MCI, and the Music Space, alongside the Towson Chamber of Commerce.
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