First Annual 16 Mile Fall Music Festival to benefit area charities

GEORGETOWN – With the cancellation of Pumpkin Chunkin, gourds will not the fill the autumn air the first weekend in November.

But music on Saturday, Nov. 4 will fill the air at 16 Mile Brewery, the host of a charity fundraiser music festival.

The event, which runs from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m., is being held in conjunction with June Jam and Adams Radio.

Proceeds will benefit Ronald McDonald House, the Chad Spicer Memorial Foundation and June Jam.

Tickets are $5 in advance and $10 at the show. Tickets can be purchased at 16 Mile Brewery, on line at:, or at B&B Music Stores in Lewes, Camden and Salisbury.

Non-stop live music on two stages will feature popular Delmarva band Glass Onion.

Other performers will include Pistol Whipped plus Mike Weyrauch and the TriState Trio for the first ever 16 Mile Fall Music Festival.

Food vendors, refreshments, beer, 50/50 and door prizes will augment the event on the grounds of the brewery located on South Bedford Street in Georgetown.

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