Ben Klick Music Fest MS raises $56,865

Ben Klick Music Fest MS raised $56,865

Canada’s country music gentleman, Ben Klick, brought back Music Fest MS on May 8.

The 4th annual fundraiser in support of the Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society of Canada was held at Predator Ridge Golf Course where a golf tournament, gala dinner, silent auction, and acoustic show featuring some of Canada’s best artists and songwriters took place.

Klick, Aaron Goodvin, and special guest, Dean Brody, took the stage in the evening raising a total of $56,865.

“Every year the event gets bigger. The show wouldn’t be what it is without the support from the community, the sponsors, the volunteers, the artists, and my family. It was an incredible day up at Predator Ridge. And I’m excited to announce we there will be a virtual radio broadcast and telethon at the end of the month for those who missed the in-person show,” states Klick.

The event, in support of MS Awareness Month, brings together local communities through music and gives back to those who are directly and indirectly affected by Multiple Sclerosis. With the generosity of sponsors including BMO Private Wealth, Pushor Mitchell Lawyers LLP, Valhalla Helicopters, Sparkling Hill Resort & Spa, Harmony Honda, Harmony Acura, Wentworth Music, Capri CMW, Sentes Automotive, Matchmaker Magic, and Barn Owl Brewing the event is being taken to new heights.

Virtual Music Fest MS

“Virtual Music Fest MS – Presented by: BMO Private Wealth” takes place on the last weekend of May.

Here is the link to stream on May 28 at 1 pm:
Here are the links to stream on May 29 at 1 pm Pacific:

You can also make a donation to MS Canada.

To date Music Fest MS has raised over $170,000 for the MS Society of Canada making the event one of the largest single day fundraisers put on by a third party in support of MS in Canada. You can learn more about the show and make a donation at

Fight, Play, Feel, Live is our slogan, and I hope you can join us on May 28 and 29 to catch the live broadcast!” – Ben Klick

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