Canada’s Country Music Gentleman, Ben Klick, is bringing back Music Fest MS on May 30, 2021
Inaugural “Music Fest MS” returns
West Kelowna, BC’s country music gentleman, Ben Klick, and Stingray Radio’s New Country 100.7 and 103.1 are teaming up to bring back Music Fest MS on May 30th, 2021 in support of #WeChallengeMS, #MSConnections, #ItTakesAVillage during MS Awareness Month and World MS Day. This nationwide virtual movement is turning everyday acts into extraordinary actions allowing communities across the country to rally with tens of thousands of people living with multiple sclerosis.
The third annual event will be held as a live stream on YouTube, a telethon on Shaw TV Spotlight, and a radiothon on New Country 100.7 in Kelowna and New Country 103.1 in Kamloops. The show features acoustic live performances by artists such as Jess Moskaluke, Aaron Goodvin, Aaron Pritchett, Jason McCoy, Chad Brownlee, Bobby Wills, Wes Mack, and Ben Klick amongst others. There will also be a message from the MS Society of Canada, as well as various other special guest appearances and performances throughout the event. Everything starts at 1:00pm Pacific Standard Time.
“In 2018, my dad was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis; An auto-immune disease that attacks the central nervous system. When I got the news, I knew I wanted to do something to help, and that’s where the idea for Music Fest MS came in. This year the festival will be held online. It’s a fun, positive, uplifting show, and the community of local businesses and music fans are all coming together!” – Ben Klick
2019 marked the first year of Music Fest MS raising more than $35,000 in support of multiple sclerosis. This made the event one of the largest, single day fundraisers in MS history. All donations for the 2021 show can be made, as well as additional information can be found at www.benklick.com/musicfestms and www.wechallengems.ca.
“Fight, Play, Feel, Live is our slogan, and I hope you can join us on May 30th for Virtual Music Fest MS for an incredible show in support of multiple sclerosis.” – Ben Klick