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Live Music Access

Our mission at Live Music Access is to help individuals with physical or cognitive limitations to enjoy and benefit from experiencing live music.

We provide skilled, caring staff at concerts and festivals to support our guests who may have physical limitations, require support with personal care or be affected by Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s disease. We support family caregivers and friends who wish to include those they love in live musical events.

If you or a loved one would like to attend Sirens on the Mountain but would find it physically or cognitively challenging, support is available from Live Music Access.

Sirens on the Mountain

www.sirensonthemountain.com

Two-time Grammy Award winner Rickie Lee Jones tops an eclectic mix of national and regional musical acts set to appear at Sirens on the Mountain, a two-day celebration of women in the arts, in Boone, North Carolina, June 20 and 21. Spanning genres from Pop to Bluegrass, Soul to Gypsy, and Folk to Jazz, and incorporating the artistry of dozens of innovative and talented craftspeople, the festival promises to provide something to entice everyone.

For Sirens on the Mountain we will offer group care (1 staff person per three guests) or one-on-one care (1 staff per 1 guest) for the entire day or in two-hour increments.

Friday, June 20: 8 Hours

Group care (1 staff per 3 guests) – $80 (cost per guest)

One-on-one (1 staff per 1 guest) – $240 (cost per guest)

Saturday, June 21: 11 hours

Group care (1 staff per 3 guests) – $110 (cost per guest)

One-on-one (1 staff per 1 guest) – $330 (cost per guest)

Two Hours on Either Day:

Group care (1 staff per 3 guests) – $20 (cost per guest)

One-on-one (1 staff per 1 guest) – $60 (cost per guest)

We would also be happy to arrange for transportation and/or lodging for an additional cost.  Contact Thomas Stern for an estimate at 828.273.4323 or via email thomas@assistedvacation.com

Contact Rebecca Adams (Rebecca.gay.adams@gmail.com) if there is another musical event that you are interested in attending.  She would be pleased to discuss possibilities.

“One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain.”

Bob Marley


 


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