Dace Anderson and Arielle Young at the Maple Valley Farmers Market | Slideshow

Dace Anderson and Arielle Young sang a wide range of songs and performed with multiple instruments at the Maple Valley Farmers Market Saturday. The couple performs in numerous venues in Maple Valley, Covington and the Seattle-Bellevue area.

Dace’s Rock ‘n’ More Music Academy has a studio in Maple Valley and Redmond offering music instruction and lessons.

The Rock 'n' Roll Summer Throwdown Fundraiser is Saturday, Aug. 9.  Tickets include all day entertainment with two stages of live music, dinner prepared by a professional chef, beer, wine, and beverages for those under 21, access to one of a kind silent auction items. The event starts at 4 p.m.

Dace's Rock 'n' More will be celebrating its nine year anniversary during its 5th “Rock ‘n’ Roll Throwdown” fundraiser/party/concert scheduled to take place in Maple Valley Washington on Saturday August 9th, 2014. As in past years, our fundraising events are an opportunity for the surrounding community, parents, families, and friends to come together and support our music school. Our “Rock ‘n’ Roll Throwdown” will be a wonderful afternoon and evening of food, beer and wine, and live music. There will be memorable one-of-a-kind auction items to bid on, two stages of music, and other fun attractions.

As always, All proceeds benefit our tuition assistance program.

The mission of Dace’s Rock ‘n’ More Music Academy is to provide a positive, uplifting, inclusive educational experience for all members of the community through private, class, and applied music instruction. To aid us in our mission, our tuition assistance program provides an average of about $8,000 each year in financial assistance. In addition, our full-price tuition continues to be substantially lower than most similar music schools. Rock ‘n’ More provides an open door policy that denies no interested student the opportunity to study music

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