TWABR Successfully Hosts its 2nd Annual Bluebell Music Festival

Established in 2012, The Winery at Bull Run is a Virginia based winery offering a premium selection of wines.

Online PR News – 23-May-2014 – Centreville/ Virginia – Held on May 18th, the 2nd Annual Bluebell Music Festival hosted by The Winery at Bull Run was a grand success. A decent crowd was noticed at the venue that gave the notion that the efforts put up for the festival succeeded. “We did it perfectly in our first Annual Bluebell Music Festival and continued the same magic in the second one held last Sunday. A big thanks to everyone who took out time to participate in this festival to make it a grand success. We would also like to thank all our sponsors who played their part in making our efforts succeed ”, as per TWABR spokesperson.

Proceeds from the festival were donated to the charities Manassas Battlefield Trust, Luke's Wings, and Meant 2 Live Foundation. “Our 2nd Annual Bluebell Music Festival also generated the funds we had been expecting for benefiting the three big charities. We hope this money will serve the purpose for these noble charities”, as said by the winery spokesperson.

Guests coming to the festival had ample of reasons to enjoy as they were presented with incredible entertainment. "We really had a gala time enjoying the music and grape stomping here. Astonishing magic by Max Major kept us on our feet while tasty cuisine served from Bad to the Bone was an absolute treat. The winery's tasty wine further gave us more reasons to enjoy”, as said by a delighted guest.

Another happy guest added “I was expecting a good time here at the 2nd Annual Bluebell Music Festival after knowing the plenty of interesting activities lined up for guests. I must say that my expectations were fulfilled to the fullest as everything here was arranged in a manner to provide maximum comfort & entertainment to the guests. It was quite nice being a part of this grand celebration”.

TWABR's scheme for the guests staying overnight after the festival was also taken full advantage of. Many guests who didn't preferred driving back home after the festival stayed at the luxurious Hyatt Place Chantilly by citing Bluebell and giving $84 for a night. “We kept this interesting scheme for the benefit & ease of guests. It gives us great pleasure to know that it worked in the same manner as we expected it for the guests”, as told by TWABR spokesperson.
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