PITTSBURGH, PA (PittsburghNewsWire.com) — 2x Pittsburgh Best Pop Artist, Jordan York and internationally acclaimed artist DJ Afterthought collaborate with local groups I Am Pittsburgh and Conscious Mind Wellness bring first annual iAm Pittsburgh Wellness Music Arts Festival to the Steel City September 1st🖤💛
This labor day weekend families and Yinzer friends alike are invited to cap off the 2019 Pittsburgh Summer with a Festival to remember!
Celebrate Healthy Positive Pittsburgh with this FREE event featuring food trucks, bouncy houses, face painting, games & prizes, live performances from 35+ artists, interactive activities, 55+ vendors from all around the city, and much more.
“The goal of the iAm Pittsburgh Wellness Music Arts Festival is to bring the community together for an unforgettably fun evening, but also to come together as a city to make a difference both locally and globally” says Pittsburgh native Festival Director Tyler Bevington.
All proceeds from this event will be donated to Hope for Ghana 🇬🇭, a 501(c)3 non-profit with a mission to create opportunity for the people of Ghana through education and clean drinking water . The charity is building water wells, schools, libraries and computer labs in rural villages across the country. One village at a time, Hope for Ghana is providing clean water and opportunity to thousands of Ghanaian children, families and communities for generations to come.
For specific inquiries, please contact Chris Sammarone via phone at 412-491-4881, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Learn more about the event on our website at iampgh.com. More details on Hope for Ghana can be found at hopeforghana.com.
Here are just a few of the names to expect at the event on September 1st!
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About Tyler Bevington and iAm Pittsburgh:
iAm Pittsburgh is a branch of the iAm brand which was established by Tyler Bevington. The “iAm” team aims to spread positive affirmation through community centric events, clothing, and music that highlight similarities rather than differences. iAm is associated with the Root Chakra. This Chakra is the ‘root’ of your being and establishes a deep connection with your physical body, your environment and with the Earth. It is the basis of your identity. In the Bible “i Am that i Am” also translated as “i Am who i Am” is the response God used when Moses asked for his name (Exodus 3:14). iAm is Based in Pittsburgh, PA.