5 Points Fall Lineup 2022



Tee Up with Golf for Sound

Join us for the 5th Annual 5PTS Golf for Sound at Roanoke Country Club on October 21!

Mark your calendars! Our premier fundraising event, Golf For Sound, is back for our 5th Anniversary year on Friday, October 21 at Roanoke Country Club. We rely on your support to keep innovating and advancing our music therapy, hearing loss advocacy, and accessibility programs.

Register your team today and join us for a fun day on the course at Roanoke Country Club. Team registrations are $500; Corporate/Hole Sponsors are $1000; both include your team fees.


4 Person Captain’s Choice Individual – $125
Team – $500
Corporate/Hole Sponsor – $1000
Mulligan – $25 (Includes 2 mulligans and 1 red tee)

All participants receive: green fees, lunch, cold beverages all day long, a 5PTS Swag Bag, and more.

    • No Minimum Drive
    • Bogey Max Score
    • Prizes Include: Longest Drive, Closest to Pin, Raffles, and more

10:30-11:45am: Registration & Lunch
12:00pm Shotgun Start
4:30-5:00pm: Awards

We are lucky to have incredible sponsors every year! Please support us by joining this visionary group of sponsors from Golf For Sound 2022:

Altus Construction • Anderson Legal • Anderson Music TherapyBig Lick BreweryBlue Cow Ice CreamBlue Ridge CateringBlue Ridge Wealth ManagementDominion Risk AdvisorsFreedom First Credit Union • Gil Creek Marina & LodgeHawk AdvisorsLayman Distributing • Lee T. Lawson • Plyler GroupPotter Mariano, PLC • Powell Charitable Foundation •  State Water HeatersSunbelt RentalsTidy Services  • Virginia Building ServicesVA Cultivars 

Reach out to INFO@5POINTSMUSIC.COM for more info about registering your team.

5 Points Music Foundation is a 501c3 charitable organization and is grateful for the support of our partners and sponsors. We are looking for more sponsors to help power us forward as we explore, pursue, and celebrate the power of sound. Contact info@5pointsmusic.com to learn more about our mission.

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Thanks for coming out to 5 Points!






5PTS Open Mics are back this Fall on the 2nd Sunday of every month. You can shine on the legendary stage of the Sanctuary, featuring our world class production team and venue. 5PTS Open Mic Coffey Jams would not be possible without the amazing generosity of Barbara Lee Coffey.

Date: 2nd Sunday of Each Month
Registration Closes: 2nd Friday of Each Month at 9:00PM.
Location: 5 Points Music Sanctuary 1217 Maple Ave, Roanoke VA
Doors: 5:00pm
Open Mic: 6:00 – 8:30pm
Featured Performer(s): 8:30 – 9:30
Venue Closes: 10:00pm
Backline Items Provided: Drum Kit, Bass Amp, 2 Electric Guitar Amps, Keyboard, Direct Boxes, Microphones and an assortment of house instruments
Performance Duration: Up to 10 min
Registration: Each artist will need to register online ahead of time and provide our sound crew with a production plan to give each performer the best possible experience.

Performers will be assigned their time slot via 5PTS Production Team, which will coordinate the final schedule prior to the day of event

Depending on the circumstances, the stage may open up to the general audience and public on the day of the event prior to each month’s feature performer

Featured Performer: Each month will feature a performer(s) from 5 Points’ regional arts partner organizations, and local talent from the region. Feature performer slots may also be selected from Open Mic favorites.

Entry Cost: Suggested Donation of $10; includes fresh roasted organic coffee. All proceeds go to support 5 Points Music’s programs including hearing loss advocacy, music therapy, and accessibility initiatives.

Barbara Coffey was a highly regarded piano technician and tuner, repairing and tuning pianos in Southwest Virginia and West Virginia, including pianos for Virginia Tech, Bluefield College, Radford University and the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Barbara earned a BA from Hollins University in 2009. As a gifted pianist and accordionist who played a clutch of other instruments including violin, Barbara’s musicianship graced several area bands, including Second Wynde and Jig or Not. She loved taking her camper to festivals and jamming with other appreciative musicians. She cherished the camaraderie of friends and brought her love of music to many jams. Barbara is survived by a symphony of relatives and friends. It is difficult to reflect all of her spirit; her energy and determination in every project; her love of nature and passion for conservation; her inherent love of travel and new adventures. Barbara’s passing leaves a hole in our hearts and lives.

A change proposed by the FDA last year is taking effect this fall and will be bringing hearing aids to more consumers by allowing them to be sold over-the-counter. This eliminates the need for medical exams and fittings that can make up two-thirds of the total cost of a prescription hearing aid. The FDA estimates that nearly 30 million adults suffer from hearing loss in our country, but many of these individuals do not use a hearing aid. Experts and the federal regulators behind this change hope that this will drive down prices and spur innovation when it comes to hearing aids and the technology they use.

This move by the FDA is aimed at making hearing aids more widely available without the added cost burden on the consumer of medical exams and fittings. These added expenses can make up two-thirds of the total cost of hearing aids, a cost that can be as high as $5000 for some individuals. Industry experts hope this move will bring down the cost of hearing aids for all consumers as well as removing a barrier to entry that currently exists in the requirement to see a specialist before receiving a hearing aid. 

While the availability of over-the-counter hearing aids can potentially diminish the role of audiologists and other specialists in diagnosing and treating hearing loss with prescription hearing aids, we must not forget the important role these specialists play in diagnosing, researching, and treating hearing loss and other related issues like processing disorders, dizziness, and trouble balancing. We reached out to Dr. Heather Dickey, a clinical audiologist at Roanoke Valley Speech and Hearing Center(RVSHC), for her thoughts on the bill and the changes it will bring.

It’s important to remember that ‘hearing’ is more involved than just the ear and potentially putting a hearing aid in the ear. The brain plays a huge role in processing the information it receives from the ear (both ‘hearing’ and balance signals). Central Auditory Processing evaluations are something that we offer here, and it is important for children and adults who have trouble hearing in noise, paying attention to auditory information, difficulty understanding speech/confusing different speech sounds and other difficulties to be evaluated.” 

This change will not eliminate the need for specialists like Dr. Heather Dickey, but it will force them to change and adapt their business. “We are also working to revise our pricing so that the cost of the hearing aids is just for the hearing aids themselves, not the hearing aids and services “bundled” together.” says Dr. Heather Dickey from RVSHC. “This will lower the price of hearing aids and give patients more transparency in what exactly they are paying for, and allow them control over what services they want.”

Hearing loss is not always preventable, but it can be in some cases. That’s why you will find free disposable foam ear plugs being given out at every 5 Points Music Sanctuary event. We also sell high fidelity reusable ear plugs and offer free high quality  hearing protection for our youngest guests. We want all of our guests to feel confident in their level of hearing protection so that they can continue to enjoy live music and join 5 Points for more events over the coming years.

Baby Banz Hear-No-Blare Earmuffs

So, if you suffer from hearing loss, issues with balance,  processing disorders, or simply just want to see how your hearing has held up over the years, please get in touch with your local hearing specialist to set up a hearing screening or test. RVSHC will be bringing their Mobile Hearing Test Unit to 5 Points Music Sanctuary shows this fall. This will give our guests the opportunity to get a free hearing screening while attending one of our many great events. Stay tuned for more information on future appearances from the RVSHC Mobile Hearing Test Unit.

John Kadlecik, guitarist for Melvin Seals and JGB, gives a thumbs up after getting his hearing screening at a 5 Points Outdoors event.



The party’s not over when GO Fest wraps up on Friday, October 14—it’s just getting started at 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Downtown Roanoke. You don’t want to miss a night with Joslyn & the Sweet Compression. Joslyn honed her buttery-rich vocals in theater and has taken her act on the road with a tight band of musicians. Her performances evoke nostalgic memories of Motown and jazz. 

We are gearing up for an exciting football season at 5 Points and want you to be a part of the fun!

The 5 Points Football Pool is offering 2 opportunities to win prizes & show passes.

Each pool is $25 to enter. See below for rules of the games and how to enter.
You must have (or set up) a Yahoo Sports account to participate. The link to set up your account will be included in your registration email.


The winner of each pool will receive a VIP Party for 4 at a 5 Points spring shows (based on availability), including front row seating for 4 people and (1) signed poster from the band.

Football Survivor Pool
*Pick 1 winning team per week of the games played that week.
*You cannot repeat any team pick throughout the season.
*You can change your pick as many times as you like, up until the deadline each week.
*As long as you pick a winning team, you stay in the pool. 
*If your team pick for the week doesn’t win, you are eliminated from the pool.

For official rules, click HERE.
For general info about this pool, click HERE.
To join the 5PTS SURVIVOR POOL, donate $25 HERE, and you will receive an email with your registration information and link.

Football Pick ‘Em Pool
*Pick the winning teams for all games played that week.
*Select “confidence points” for how sure you are of your pick.
*If your chosen team wins, you receive the number of confidence points you selected.
*If your team loses, you don’t receive any points for that specific game.
*In the rare case of a tie in the pool, you are asked to predict a score in a specific game each week.
*You can make your selections up to 5 minutes prior to the Thursday night kickoff.

For official rules and more info, click HERE.
To watch a video about the Pick ‘Em Pool, click HERE.
To join the 5PTS PICK ‘EM POOL, donate $25 HERE, and you will receive an email with your registration information and link to set up your account.

Questions? Email info@5pointsmusic.com

Let the SUMMER GAMES begin with our inaugural 5PTS Pentathlon Games to secure our Point of Impact campaign. Have a field day competing in extraordinary lawn games for ultimate bragging rights. Saturday features FREE MUSIC from alt-country powerhouse THE JARED STOUT BAND. Sunday features FREE MUSIC from high energy NY funk band BAKED SHRIMP, and local yacht-rockers EMPTY BOTTLES! Compete in EPIC GAMES OF INTELLECT & SKILL all while supporting our campaign to purchase The Sanctuary building and securing our Point of Impact. Sponsorships available – contact info@5pointsmusic.com.

Test your meddle with SUPER FUN games like Monster Golf, Tent Stumblers Maze, Long Croquet, Blackjack, and the 5PTS Mensa Challenge! Solve puzzling riddles on our Mensa Challenge. WIN big prizes and have a BALL with the entire family! Go game by game for $10 each as a Pentathlon Player or GO ALL IN on all games as a Pentathlon Athlete. Pad your pockets with $5 Mulligans for extra shots to clinch a certain VICTORY! All proceeds will go towards purchasing our long time Sanctuary home.

Doors open at 5:00pm, Saturday and Sunday
Food Truck: Paper Dragon

Saturday: The Jared Stout Band (3 sets!)
Sunday: Baked Shrimp w Empty Bottles 

$5 beer specials starting at 5:00pm, both days

Individual game prizes include FloydFest swag bag, $20 Martin’s Gift Cards, 5 Points Posters from the Vault, 5PTS Power Passes, and 5PTS merch

Monster Golf FloydFest Swag Pack FloydFest Swag Pack
Long Shot Croquet $20 Martin’s Gift Card $20 Martin’s Gift Card
The Maze (1) autographed 5PTS poster from the vault (1) autographed 5PTS poster from the vault
Black Jack 5PTS Tee 5PTS Tee
Mensa Challenge (2) show Power Pass (2) show Power Pass
1st Place (day) $55 5PTS Merch Credit $55 5PTS Merch Credit
Runner Up (day) 5PTS Swag Pack 5PTS Swag Pack
GRAND WINNER 4-Pack VIP Bench Seat Party to Lady Couch (9/23) or Runaway Gin (11/12)
(*or an upcoming event of equal value, based on availability)

The FDA has cleared the way for hearing aids to be sold over the counter, starting as soon as mid-October 2022. Following years of campaigning by lawmakers and advocates, a new category of over-the-counter hearing aids will make the devices affordable and accessible to millions who suffer from mild to moderate hearing loss. This is a huge win for the hearing impaired community, many of whom struggle to afford the high cost of being tested and fitted for hearing aids through a professional audiologist. 

Read more about this exciting development here.

5 Points is hitting the road this month for Inclusion Festival, Floydfest, and a few Phish shows in between! Inclusion Festival is a new event for us and it benefits Accessible Festivals, a non-profit organization dedicated to making music and recreation accessible for all people. We are so excited to work with Accessible Festivals as their mission is so closely aligned with our own. 

“Inclusion Festival offers unique, immersive experiences that are often inaccessible to neurodiverse and disabled individuals, while also providing the general community with an all-encompassing educational and uplifting experience that demonstrates what is possible when communities embrace inclusion and accessibility.”

This event presents a great opportunity for 5 Points to spread the word about all of our work in the Roanoke area. It also gives us a chance to interact with and learn from both users of assistive technology and the specialists and designers behind different types of assistive technology. This gives us the necessary knowledge to ensure we keep 5 Points Music Sanctuary as inclusive and accessible as possible.

There will be 5 Points swag packages available to anyone who sees Tyler or Brandon at Inclusion Fest or Phish in Philly or Bethel! Extra prizes go to anyone who is also wearing 5 Points gear!

We look forward to seeing some friendly faces on the road before we return home for Floydfest.


In 2022, we are celebrating Helen Keller DeafBlind Awareness Week from June 26th to July 2nd. The focus this year is Diversity and Inclusion: Creativity and Innovation are built upon a diverse group of perspectives. Who better to help initiate that innovation than the DeafBlind community, a group of people whose lives are driven by the pursuit of change and innovation?


HKNC is the only national agency that provides information, referral, support and a Comprehensive Vocational and Rehabilitation Program exclusively to youths and adults who have a combined hearing and vision loss, to their families and the professionals who work with them. Thank you for your support.

How did DeafBlind Awareness Week come about?

This national advocacy campaign has been held each year since 1984 when then President Ronald Reagan issued a proclamation in recognition of this special week.

Click here for more info: https://www.helenkeller.org/hknc/dbaw

We are happy to announce that Roanoke Valley Speech & Hearing Center (RVSHC) and their Mobile Hearing Test Unit will be joining us once again for our Night Lights Festival on July 2-3.   

A typical hearing screening can cost up to $100, but The Mobile Testing Unit allows RVSHC to conduct quick, on-site hearing screenings for FREE. At our last event over 50 free hearing screenings were conducted.

We believe in the value of regular hearing screenings as part of our mission to prevent hearing loss. So, whether you are concerned about potential hearing loss or just interested to see how well you can hear, come out to our Night Lights Festival and get a free hearing screening while you’re here.

A man with glasses and facial hair wearing a green jacket and jeans giving a thumbs up standing in front of a trailer.

John Kadlecik, guitarist for Melvin Seals and JGB, gives a thumbs up after getting his hearing screening.