We know you were super busy on the 4th of July. So just in case you missed, it, we have the grand finale of a 24+ hour virtual concert that happened over the weekend. Dozens of Maine musicians, dancers, and comedians performed to an online audience of thousands to celebrate America’s birthday, with the inaugural SummerFestME: Ending Hunger at Home event raising $50,000 to benefit Full Plates Full Potential and Good Shepherd Food Bank.

We are grateful to the performers—38 acts in all—who offered a diverse array of entertainment over a 24-hour period to make this event possible,” said Brian Corcoran, CEO and Founder of Shamrock Sports & Entertainment, who conceived and produced the event. “And we are incredibly thankful for the thousands of people who watched online and, most importantly, donated so generously to two important organizations fighting hunger in our state—Good Shepherd Food Bank and Full Plates Full Potential."

Here's the finale that originally aired on WGME Channel 13 on the 4th of July. It features The Portland Symphony Orchestra, Ghost of Paul Revere and Bell Systems. And hey, if you did not get to donate to these worthy causes yet, you can certainly still do that RIGHT HERE. Thanks for opening up your heart (and your wallet) to help stop hunger in Maine. This amazing event really showed the power of community and music coming together to help our fellow neighbors. Well done, Maine!

Townsquare Media is wicked proud to have been part of this incredible event!



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