SAGA Construction is pleased to announce our recent affiliation with the producer of Mustang Music Festival as a Partner. This commitment benefits the Outer Banks community by increasing entertainment diversity for residents and guests during the fall off-season. The plan will encompass the continuation of local talent, as well as bringing nationally known artists to the main stage.

SAGA Construction As A Named Partner of the Outer Bank’s Mustang Music Festival

The third annual Mustang Music Festival was held in Corolla, NC on October 11-12, 2013. This year the event was sponsored by Mike Dianna’s Grill Room and SAGA Construction, creating a new partnership in which SAGA became a Sponsoring partner of the event through 2016. “I’m very happy to welcome SAGA Construction and Development to the Mustang Music Festival family. Working with SAGA is noteworthy since both groups share a long¬-term vision of developing the Festival into a destination music and arts festival,” said Mike Dianna, Event Director and Owner of Mike Dianna’s Grill Room. Sumit Gupta, CEO of SAGA commented, “Working in unison will give the Mustang Music Festival the necessary traction to bring world class musicians to the Outer Banks.” SAGA Construction holds a long-term commitment to enhance the Outer Banks by attracting significant entertainment activities that will give the community worthwhile attractions. “The inherent capabilities of talented artists on the Outer Banks will only benefit from events like this by expanding the reach of our musical and artistic base.” said Amit Gupta, President of SAGA. He went on to say, “We believe that the beach brings you here and our vacation homes will keep you here. By expanding our commitment to the community through these types of partnerships and our community outreach programs, we bring more value to the Outer Banks experience.” The Mustang Music Festival benefits the Corolla Wild Horse Foundation and its ancillary programs fostering music and arts programs in local schools year-round. The event features a blend of genres while bringing national musicians, including Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe, Orgone and George Porter, Jr. to North Carolina’s Outer Banks. To learn more about the Festival, visit