We’re helping people with Multiple Sclerosis
“Move Forward Through the Healing Power of MuSic”

The Annual “MuSic for MS” Music Festival
to help End Multiple Sclerosis Forever

August 12, 2017 will be another full day of wonderful music, friends and family
on the lawn at Hartwood Acres

 

We’ve had 3 unbelievable years & have already donated more than $132, 000 to the PA Keystone Chapter of the National MS Society. We aim to make this year’s festival the best event ever.

If you have questions about Food & Drink, Animals, Umbrellas or anything else, please see our FAQ

Sponsors, put your name on a very cool event.
A wonderful, family friendly event for a great cause. One that you will be proud to put your name on.

SPONSORS

 
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  • MusicForMSPgh A cool version of @driftwood_band Too Afraid. A new song you heard at #MuSic4MS thanks for helping us #EndMS https://t.co/YiAWMtlKLI
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  • #MuSic4MS is Sat Aug 12 featuring Donna the Buffalo
    Tickets will go on sale Feb 15 w/some awesome Early Bird Discounts that won't last long. Plan ahead, get the best deal & bring the whole neighborhood. Help #EndMS
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    River Whyless closed their set with Pigeon Feathers from their debut album. What a terrific show, thanks for helping us #EndMS
    #MuSic4MS 08.12.17 #SaveTheDate
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    2 days ago  ·  

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    Driftwood just shared a cool version of Too Afraid. A new song you heard at #MuSic4MS
    Thanks for helping us #EndMS
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    3 days ago  ·  

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    Throw Back Thursday #TBT
    Same song as last week, but a year later
    #DoubleThrowback
    For What It's Worth
    Acoustic Jam at #MuSic4MS 2016 after the rain stopped
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    Moving Forward Through the Power of Music. 
Music For MS a 501 3 charitable organization

    All proceeds benefit the Pennsylvania Keystone Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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