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Nashville Heads to Mexico to Benefit the Children of the Little Yellow Schoolhouse
“These artists, musicians, and songwriters are donating their time for this cause”, notes Skip Bishop of Studio 1Bee Entertainment, one of many “Isla-Holics” who live in Nashville and visit the island several times a year. “And unless they’re family members, music fans will never have access to performers of this caliber like they will have this week.”
The event’s six day schedule features a series of intimate, live performances in local venues (including a luxurious private residence) along with a fishing tournament that coincides with the winter migration of sailfish to the local waters.
“There’s not another gathering like this anywhere else in the Caribbean,” observes Chris Shannon of island-based Mundaca Real Estate. The Canadian businessman, who has made his home in Isla Mujeres for over a decade and spearheads fundraising for the school, says “The music, the people, the spirit of the locals and the natural beauty of this place--it all comes together for one incredible week. The money we raise keeps the Little Yellow Schoolhouse going and growing.”
Proceeds from event tickets, the fishing tournament, an online memorabilia auction, and sales of commemorative merchandise will fund the operations of the Little Yellow Schoolhouse, which provides services to the special needs children of Isla Mujeres at no charge.
Bundled tickets for the event range from $199 to $249 per person and additional pricing for select events is also available. Complete information on the Island Time Music and Fishing Festival, along with a link to purchase tickets, can be found at IslandTimeMusicFest.com.
About The Little Yellow Schoolhouse
The Little Yellow School House in Isla Mujeres began with one room, six students and a really big dream. Thanks to generous donors, and years of support from the Island Time Music and Fishing Festival, the school now has six classrooms, full-time teachers and over 50 students. The school has achieved a 70% success rate of returning local special needs children to traditional school environments. The school seeks funding to provide enrollment for the 15 students on the island of Isla Mujeres who currently cannot attend the school due to a lack of funds.