A fundraiser for a local charity will feature a music festival in Bettendorf on Sunday.

The Hand in Hand Music Fest will be on Sept. 4 from 4:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. at The Isle's covered parking lot, which is at 1777 Isle Parkway.

The Labor Day weekend event will feature food trucks, bands, a kids' zone, and "adult beverages" (from Purgatory Pub), according to the event poster. You're advised to bring your own lawn chair. KWQC says that there will also be a guitar raffle, a 50/50 raffle, bounce houses, and face painting.

It's 6 hours of music and will include the bands: Electric Shock, B and D Acoustics, Jason Carl Band, Crooked Cactus, and Moonshine Run.

Tickets are $25 for adult general admission and kids between the ages of 6-15 are $10. You can get those at the door or at the Eventbrite link here.

All proceeds will go to benefit Hand in Hand.

About Hand in Hand

Hand in Hand is a nonprofit organization. Their mission is to empower "children and adults of all abilities to learn and grow by providing inclusive programs and supporting families". They have programs that help people of many ages with physical or intellectual disabilities do things like build social skills, grow their independence, and more. You can learn more about Hand in Hand at their website here.

This year's Hand in Hand Music Fest marks the first music fest that the nonprofit has done. You can get more details about the Hand in Hand Music Fest on it's Facebook page here.

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