FWMA Hearts Gone Wild Music Festival Lights Up the Stage for a Great Cause November 21st

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If you’ve never attended the FWMA Hearts Gone Wild annual music festival, you don’t want to miss out. Not only does it benefit a fantastic cause, but it’s an exceptionally fun event. The event is an all day affair on November 21. The gates open at noon and the day ends at 8pm. There is a $10 per person fee to enter and the silent auction tables are open from noon until 5pm.

The proceeds raised at this event benefit the Florida Wild Mammal Association and, not only will there be a silent auction filled with amazing items and exciting musical acts, but the FWMA will make a presentation highlighting the kind of work they’re doing. FWMA is committed to rescuing, rehabilitating and releasing abandoned and ill wildlife into North Florida, and they love to share their mission with anyone interested in preserving and improving the planet.

Musical Guest and a Day of Excitement

Whether you’re an avid wildlife supporter or just looking for a fun-filled event, the Hearts Gone Wild Festival offers a fantastic day full of great live music. Browse the live auction tables to place your bids or spend the bulk of your time near the entertainment. Music starts at 12:30 pm and ends at 8 pm. There are plenty of opportunities to mingle with other festival goers and socialize with those around you while supporting a great cause.

Musical acts include Michael Clanahan, Master Chief Ralph Pelletier, Despair Knot (Dean Newman and friends), Boo Radley, Hot Tamale, Mimi Hearn and Ric Edmiston, Rick Ott Band (Rick Ott, Sammy Tedder, Stan Gramling, and Nils Mann).

About the FWMA

The Florida Wild Mammal Association is a non-profit organization committed to saving, rehabilitating and releasing injured wildlife into North Florida. Established in 1994, the FWMA is also dedicated to educating the public on wildlife issues to better improve the planet and the lives of these animals.

Looking for a Fun Night of Live Music and Auctions?

Come out to join the FWMA Hearts Gone Wild Music Festival on November 21st. You’ll have a great time and can feel good about supporting a worthy cause.