N.E.S.T Fall Music Festival.
This is a public event to help aid cities, towns and
neighboring New England states when disaster strikes.
Fairgrounds 54 Fair St, Northampton, MA.
Rain or Shine, we will have an exciting
day of live music.
A gathering will take place at the 3
County Fairgrounds inside at the ALL SPORTS SOCCER ARENA.
will open Saturday, the 25th at 5:00 p.m. featuring local beer &
Live entertainment by Brass Attack followed by Trailer Trash.
Pre-sale Tickets are $15.00 on line at Eventbrite or $20.00 the day of the event.
If you bought tickets
to the canceled September 20th & 21st 2019, music festival your
tickets may be redeemed at the April 25th date. If you can't
make it to the April 25th 2020 show and would like a refund
please contact us at
The New England Support Team of plumbing, heating and
air-conditioning trade contractors of Western Massachusetts is
hosting this public event to begin their efforts to help aid
cities, towns and neighboring New England states when disaster
N.E.S.T is a volunteer organization made up of contractors,
mechanical and plumbing suppliers and manufactures that act as
first responders when the disaster strikes.
N.E.S.T purpose is to cap and contain water, gas and sewer
systems so that contamination of these vital systems to have the
best chance to serve back the areas once under control.
Following is a brief overview of natural disasters that are most
likely to threaten the New England States.
Tornadoes and Severe Winds
Severe Winter Storms
Why we need disaster relief?
According to the Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of
Disasters (CRED), 337 catastrophes related to natural hazards
were reported worldwide in 2014. They affected 94 countries.
While this might seem like an enormous amount, the number of
natural catastrophes was the lowest of the decade. Floods are
the most frequent, followed by earthquakes and then storms.
These events call for a massive coordinated reaction within a
very short notice. This because of their sudden occurrence and
destructive nature. Thatís where disaster relief organizations
come in. These humanitarian organizations are amongst the
frontrunners of helping disaster-struck regions. They often
operate together with and sometimes next to local governments
and the military.