The 6th Annual "Mudbugs & Music" Event!

Who doesn’t love an awesome event that’s family-friendly, supports a good cause, and features awesome music and food? I do! I do!

Make plans to head out to the 6th Annual Mudbugs and Music Festival!  This event will include “live music all day long, indoor silent auction with items from generous vendors from all over the Birmingham area and beyond,  and crawfish & fixin’s cooked on-site.  You’ll have plenty of beer to cool you off, a children’s area with activity stations provided by the McWane Center, moonwalk, face painting and other activities for the kiddos, and pups are always welcome! “

Musical artists scheduled to appear include: David Carn, Jon Black, Rollin’ in the Hay and Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit

Benefiting various arthritis initiatives throughout Alabama, including the Juvenile Arthritis Initiative, the goal is “to raise awareness for arthritis through our event and help to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control and cure of arthritis, the nation’s No.1 cause of disability.  There are over 100 types of arthritis and more than 1 MILLION women, men and children that are affected by it in our state – ranking Alabama #2 in the nation in diagnosed cases of arthritis & rheumatic diseases.  Chances are you know someone affected by this disease.

For more information on this awesome event, visit and follow them on twitter @mudbugsandmusic

The Info:

Happening  Saturday, May 22, 2010 from 2:00pm until 8:00pm at The Open Door Cafe in Crestline Park

Tickets are $25/person and includes your entry into the event as well as all the crawfish and fixin’s you can stomach in a six hour period.  To purchase tickets in advance, click here.

In the meantime, don’t miss the auction portion of the event going on now – you can find that info here.

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