Music festival to benefit CAT

Music will fill the air Saturday, Sept. 21, as the Tecumseh Music Fest kicks off at Hantz Golf Club located at 5200 Milwaukee Road.From blues to jazz and soul to rock and roll, four bands are scheduled to perform outdoors in a fundraising benefit for Community Arts of Tecumseh (CAT).Tickets to the event are on sale and will be available at the door. Admission includes food and beverage, cash bar, games for children, free photo booth, and an opportunity to bid on over 50 auction items, including a flat screen television, lodging in Saugatuck and South Haven, as well as local merchandise and services that have been donated to help support CAT.The event is scheduled to run from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. with food being served from 5 to 8 p.m.Bands scheduled to perform are: Bille Lewis and the Soulbacks, The Jim Rice Group, Simons & Rose, and the Jake Larson Band.Tickets are $35 for adults, and $20 for students and seniors (62 and older). Children 12 and under are free. Tickets may be purchased at the CAT art center at Smith Park, Hantz Golf Club, First Federal Bank, and the Tecumseh Herald, or at the door.For more information, call CAT at 423.0000.

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