The organizers of Steel Bridge Songfest are announcing some significant changes for 2019.
In conjunction with changes to the festival, to be held June 14 and 15, the organizers are expanding and rebranding their 501(c)(3) nonprofit Citizens for Our Bridge as the new Steel Bridge Creative Foundation (SBCF). This shift will bring new relevance to the Songfest, ensure the survival of other events such as Dark Songs and Love On Holiday, and foster the exploration of possibilities for the Tambourine Collaboratory and the newly designated Steel Bridge Creative District.
To allow for more focus on its goals, this year Steel Bridge will not include the pub crawl or Holiday parking-lot events. Time will instead be spent on developing the SBCF as an active entity supporting a wider range of year-round projects.
Steel Bridge will also focus on fundraising for SBCF, which will promote its catalog of locally inspired, locally written songs.
To learn more and purchase tickets, visit steelbridgesongfest.org.