Josh Daniel and Friends will headline the Mira Music Festival, an outdoor event at Rubicon Farm on Saturday, Sept. 30.
Proceeds support Mira Foundation, a Pinehurst-based nonprofit that provides guide dogs at no charge to visually impaired American children, ages 11-16. Mira USA is currently in the planning stages to build a service dog school in North Carolina.
Gates for the music festival open at 1:30 p.m.; general admission tickets run $15-$25 (children under 12 are free).
Bring a chair or blanket for comfort. Premium tickets ($100/$750 for table for 8) are available with reserved seating at table, charcuterie board, near gate parking and more.
Daniel is a North Carolina singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist whose passion and enthusiasm are evident every time he takes the stage. Blending rock n roll with bluegrass, funk, and soul music with a reggae backbeat, you never know which way he will lead the crowd.
He will be joined at the Mira Music Festival by Justin Clyde Williams and Matt Parks, The Simpletones and Whiskey Pines.
New this year, several vendors will be onsite at the music festival, in addition to food and drink provided by Hatchet Brewing Company, Janes Creek Cider House, Cousins Maine Lobster, Dawg Wagon and Cookies N Moore.
Event sponsors include First Bank, Hatchet Brewing Co., and Rubicon Farm, with additional sponsorships.
For more information or tickets, visit miraevents.org.