FAIRHOPE — Food, music and fun all for a good cause? Sounds like a great reason to celebrate. Tickets are on sale now for the 13th-annual Bald Eagle Bash April 29.Hosted by the South Alabama …
FAIRHOPE — Food, music and fun all for a good cause? Sounds like a great reason to celebrate. Tickets are on sale now for the 13th-annual Bald Eagle Bash April 29.
Hosted by the South Alabama Land Trust (SALT), the funds raised from the event support SALT's mission to protect land and promote environmental education in coastal Alabama so current and future residents can enjoy clean water and the marine life, wildlife, and outdoor recreation that define our area.
The fun kicks off at the Tonsmeire Weeks Bay Resource Center, 11525 U.S. 98, Fairhope, Saturday, April 29, from 4-7 p.m. For more information about SALT and the Bald Eagle Bash or to purchase tickets, visit www.southalabamalandtrust.org.
Gulf Coast Media contacted Katherine Kuhn, South Alabama Land Trust outreach and communications manager to get all the event details. Here are the 5 things you should know.
5 Things you should know about the 13th-annual Bald Eagle Bash:
The opener, The Dial Street Band, covers songs from the Rolling Stones, Grateful Dead, Phish, Bob Dylan and more.
The headliner is a southern-rock jam band fronted by Thompson and co-founder Keshia Bailey, LadyCouch brings together a lineup of songwriters, horn players, harmony singers and first-rate instrumentalists. The result is a larger-than-life sound inspired by the revue bands of the 1970s, bringing a contemporary approach to the timeless influence of Delaney & Bonnie, Little Feat, and Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs & Englishmen.