If you like a side of good music and food with your high-tech innovation, this is your week.
The Tom Tom Founders Festival is back this Wednesday, April 9, for its third year with 60 concerts, more than 170 hours of events, and 110 speakers.
It's a chance for people to party and learn about innovation in healthcare, technology, and entrepreneurship in Charlottesville.
“The keynote on Thursday night is going to be Bruce Flohr and he was an early executive at Red Light Management, still works there, signed the Dave Matthews, signed the Foo Fighters, this is an insider's perspective on how this business grew to a global giant,” said Paul Beyer, the festival’s founder.
The festival goes through Sunday, April 13, with most of the speeches about innovation and technology during the day, and concerts and block parties in the evenings.
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