THANK YOU FOR MAKING THIS THE BIGGEST AND BEST SAVE THE MUSIC FESTIVAL YET! If you want to learn more about the groups you saw, or the food you ate, details on this year’s festival (plus links to websites) are below. A few Lost & Found items were collected, and can be claimed in the Twin Pines Community / Senior Center.
2013 Performance Schedule
Four stages of music featuring:
School-Force Booth, featuring Wheel of Fortune and Reusable Grocery Bags
Save the Music University (STM U) features fun and educational activities run by:
Children’s Area with fun for both younger & older kids:
And don’t miss the great Foods and Beverages provided by:
In addition, Twin Pines Park’s own Book Nook, Manor Art Gallery, and Creekside Potters will all be open for public enjoyment during the Save the Music Festival.
THANK YOU! The festival would not be possible without the participation of the countless musicians, singers, and dancers! Thanks to Alan Sarver and the entire Save the Music Planning Team, the hundreds of volunteers who make the festival happen, and to ElementWebSolutions for ongoing website support. Photos courtesy of Jeff Bartee photography.
Location: The Save the Music Festival is held each year in Belmont’s Twin Pines Park, near downtown Belmont businesses.Click here for a printable copy of the festival map. Suggested donation for entrance to the Festival is $10 per adult and $5 per child, to help offset festival expenses and ensure that every possible dollar goes to our schools.