When the pandemic of 2020 began to loosen its grip, after all the music festivals had been canceled, Heart City Health was the first to bring live music back to our community through the Heart Beat of the City concert, delivering the healing power of music to a community known for its musical roots. The festival was repeated in 2021. As life has gotten back to a new normal, Heart City Health is rethinking the Heart Beat of the City and plans to bring it back in the fall of 2023 as a private event in honor of the 30th Anniversary of Heart City Health.
We’ve Got the Music
In October 2020, Heart City Health rocked Elkhart County with a COVID-safe music festival – the first public live music performance since the pandemic started shutting things down in March of that year.
In 2021, the Heart Beat of the City moved downtown. Live music rocked the Lex 530 with acts like Lalo Cura, Bassel & the Supernaturals, Janet Hines-Norris, and more,
What is Heart City Health?
Heart Beat of the City benefits the people of Elkhart, Goshen and surrounding communities by raising awareness for Heart City Health, which offers medical services to people regardless of age, race, gender or income. Heart City Health has two general practice locations, a pediatrics office, behavioral health center, dental practice, and women’s health. No one gets turned away.
With this event, Heart City Health delivers the healing power of live music!
The City of Elkhart has a long history of supporting Heart City Health and the organization’s efforts in making sure everyone in the Greater Elkhart Area and neighboring communities finds quality healthcare – no matter of insurance coverage, age, culture, language or income.