Hoodstock is a grass roots music festival featuring rock/folk music from the late '60s and early '70s mixed with contemporary. Originally founded in 2004 as a neighborhood event, Hoodstock is now a major fundraiser to benefit Unified Community Connections and all they do to advance the independence of people with disabilities.
At Hoodstock guests “Just Say No to Black-Tie and Yes to Tie-Dye” while enjoying live local music, raffles, a silent auction, dinner, beer and wine. Last year's event raised a record-breaking $106,000 attracting more than 400 people. A highlight of the event is when O.J. Brigance presents the annual Samuel A. Tucker Memorial Can Do Award to recognize an individual who receives supports from Unified for their abilities.
Come celebrate this year's big 20th Jamiversary Hoodstock in your best blue jeans and tie-dye - we'll provide the peace sign necklace!