Bikers Who Care's 7th Annual Red, White & Brewfest moved to Clarksville's new Downtown Commons this year, providing guests with an opportunity to sample dozens of craft beers and enjoy some top-notch entertainment, all while helping support local children's charities.
Chuck Bailey was BWC's Event Coordinator for this year's Brewfest. “This is our first year at the Downtown Commons,” Bailey said. “We want to thank Mayor Durrett and his staff for all of the assistance they have given us, and we are in talks with them to host some other events down here in the near future.”
Bailey says RW&B grows every year. He and his team were expecting between 1,200 and 1,700 people for the 2018 event.
“100 % of the money raised at this year’s event will support local children's charities,” Bailey said. “Our next event is Camp Rainbow. Everyone works so hard on RW&B, and then we get to see what this is all about when we spend a week with the kids at Camp Rainbow.”
BWC is now in its 37th year, and the organization has been helping kids in our community since its inception.
The Nightmasters opened for Stacy Mitchhart & Blues You Can Use, a great Nashville band. “Bringing in high-end entertainment is our way of saying thanks to all of our friends in Clarksville/Montgomery County for their years of support,” said Bailey.