FAIRBANKS- A few extra musicians will be around town this week, they’re preparing for the 3rd annual Far North Fiddle Fest. It's a time to listen to good music and raise money for a good cause. The creator, Doctor Andrew Cox will give all profits to local Hospice which will help the volunteers develop their projects. This year 16 top notch performers will play at Herring Auditorium. The concert is Saturday night at 7:00 pm. Between now and then they’ll be playing everywhere from schools to nursing homes, you can even jam out with them Thursday night at Ivory Jacks.
Musicians will also host workshops at Door of Hope Church this week.
Regular admission for Saturday night is $20, children, senior, and military admission costs $10. Tickets and more information about workshops can be found at their website: farnorthfiddlefest.org
Tune in to the Fairbanks Evening News tonight for a taste of the Far North Fiddle Fest sound.