Our Funders, Sponsors and Partners
The Muncie Three Trails Music Series is delighted to acknowledge generous funding provided for the series by the following organizations:
George and Frances Ball Foundation
Ball Brothers Foundation
Sherman and Marjorie Zeigler Foundation
Promotional partners for the Muncie Three Trails Music Series include:
Cornerstone Center For The Arts
Cornerstone Center for the Arts is more than an exciting blend of arts programming for anyone interested in his or her well-being. We are also known for hosting community events, performances, proms and wedding receptions.
Cardinal Greenways is a private, not-for-profit organization that encompasses the Cardinal Greenway, White River Greenway, Historic Wysor Street Depot and Cardinal Equestrian Trail.
Ball State University School of Music
Through intensive instruction from faculty with a wealth of experience as performers and teachers, you will explore innovative programs as you seek yourundergraduate and graduate degrees in the School of Music.
Minnetrista, "a gathering place by the water," takes its name from the original F.C. Ball home that once stood at the location of its Central Building. The name now applies to the entire community, as Minnetrista celebrates the Ball legacy through current events, workshops and exhibits creating a gathering place for all.
Muncie, Indiana offers a vast variety of entertainment, dining, culture and museums. We are known for our big city service at small town prices. One visit to our community, rich with history, recreation and festivals, will win you over and have you coming back for more.
Muncie Music Center
For more than 70 years, Muncie Music Center is the source for all musicians. Serving over 60 school systems in Indiana and Western Ohio, Muncie Music Center provides equipment for band and orchestra, instrument repair, guitars, sound systems, percussion, print music and media, and music education. Located in a new facility at 600 South Mulberry downtown, across from the new Canan Commons Stage.
IPR Indiana Public Radio
IPR’s mission is to inform and entertain through exploration of the arts, events & issues. While presenting a global perspective, IPR seeks innovative ways to focus on the performances, activities and concerns of the community. IPR will strive to become a model of community service by using the unique ability of the radio to be a catalyst for positive community change. Find IPR on the web at
Performance Sponsor for the Muncie Three Trails Music Series Tommy Castro and the Painkillers Concert:
Community Foundation of Muncie & Delaware County
Performance Sponsor for the Muncie Three Trails Music Series Lost Bayou Ramblers Concert:
Ball State University
Supporting Sponsors for the Muncie Three Trails Music Series include:
First Merchants Private Wealth Advisors
Rundell Ernstberger Associates
Advertisers for the Muncie Three Trails Music Series include:
Whitinger & Co.
Vera Mae's Bistro
S.A. Boyce Company
Community Enhancement Projects, Inc.