Saturday, October 17, 2020
8:00 p.m. streaming via YouTube
Get Ready to ROCK ON-line!
What began as a few friends having a live music party at Otterbein neighbor and former board member Russ Causey and his wife Jennifer’s home, along with neighbors Larry and Gracie Musher, has grown into a major fun-raiser to benefit Unified Community Connections. Typically, Hoodstock is the anti-black-tie charity event where guests trade in their suits and gowns for jeans and tie-dye to kick-back and enjoy picnic food, beer, wine, a silent auction, good company, and most importantly live acoustic rock and folk music from the late ’60s and early ’70s. Approximately 350 people attended last year raising more than $93,000!
Although COVID-19 is keeping us from having our traditional Hoodstock event this year we believe THE SHOW MUST GO ON-line! This year’s event will be virtual and streamed online via YouTube. We’re excited to bring the fun and spirit of Hoodstock to more people. Stay tuned for more details! This year’s event is sure to be VIRTUALLY the best Hoodstock EVER!