The 2008 Northgate Music Festival turns 10 this year, and to celebrate, organizers have moved the festival from March to August.
This way it can "rock" students into the new school year.
Festival organizers say you can expect a good show this year, and if you want to volunteer there are still plenty of opportunities.
"If people are interested in volunteering they can just come check in at the main booth and we'll put them to work," Jessica Guidry with the Northgate Music Festival said. "We can have wrist band checkers or folks who want to load in and out equipment for the different bands. That's a really good thing, because both of those jobs you get to to stay in one of the venues and listen to all the music."
The festival is a non-profit event that will benefit Voices For Children, Carpool and Scotty's House. The festivities kick off Friday evening and run through Saturday night. The headliners include, The Todies, Feeding 5000, and The Gougers. Bands from across Texas and beyond will perform at several Northgate venues.
For a complete schedule and ticket information, click on the link below.
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