Founded in 2004, Kammy’s Kause is the largest fundraiser in the United States for the 4p- (an extremely rare chromosome disorder) Support Group. After a number of years covering, the Pigs kicked it up a notch and decided to become sponsors of this special annual event. Founder and father of Kammy, Jared Hiner, joined the boys for a few giggles and brews from Martin House and Anchorage Brewing Company while talking about the cause, the event, some of the many accomplishements made, and the continual growth over the years since it humbling beginnings. Tune in to find out how you can be a part of a very special day for an incredible cause while enjoying live music, games, and some suds and grub from numerous area vendors. Shout outs in this week’s episode include: Noblesville Brewfest; Grand Junction Brewing Co. and special shouts for a few of the many sponsors and bands for Kammy’s Kause including: Mank and Sass; Saint Aubin; Landon Keller; The Christian Taylor Foundation; Audiodacity; Indyca; and Dacota Muckey Kammy's Kause is an all-day music festival held at Landmark Park in Fortville, Indiana. It's purpose is to raise funding and awareness for families affected who turn a negative into a positive on a daily basis. This year's event includes: Kammy's Ride (125-Mile Escorted Motorcycle Ride), a HUGE KidZone, Art, Food, Music, high-end Silent AuKtion, Merch, Vendors, great people and much, much more. Kammy’s Kause, now in its 18th year, has raised over $500,000 for 4p- (also known as Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome). Proceeds will directly benefit the 501(c)(3) 4p- Support Group. ADMISSION: FREE - Public Parking (FREE) - Rain or Shine After the show, start filling your own Tavour crate. Cheers! Be sure to check us out Sundays on Indy In-Tune. Members of the Hopped Up Network. An ever-growing group of independent beer podcasts. Dedicated to providing insight into our local craft beer communities.
Publish Date: 8/5/2022