delight both children and adults alike!
Performances by: Multiplatinum singer, JoJo, Slip N Slide Record's Sebastian Mikael, Colour of London (the voice of Alex and Ani), The Annie Minogue Band, DJ Beauty & The Beatz, Wendy & DB and YoungArts Alumni MAX and Julia Easterlin
Sponsor/ Participant Activities Include: Playground music by 92.3 NOW, Singer-songwriter workshop by Alex and Ani, Showtime with Broadway Bound Kids, Mini CitiRockers music class by Citibabes, Musical Brain Games by Concerning Learning, Dance.Laugh.Learn. HipKidz Workshop, Dessert Samples by Made From Scratch, DJ 101 Workshop with DJ Beauty & The Beatz, Rock N’ Roll Tattoos by Glitter Tattoo New York and VH1 Save The Music, Hello Products “Show Your Love” Photo Area, Behind The Music: JAZZ with Winard Harper & Jazzmobile, JetBlue Airways, #KINDAWESOME Record Bowls Activity and Refueling Stations by KIND Healthy Snacks featuring their KIND Healthy Grains Bars, Sparkling ICE zero-caloriebeverage and Aquaçai Natural Artesian Water, Rock N’ Read by Penguin Young Readers Group, Family Drum Circle by NAMM, Nickelodeon’s Spongebob and Dora The Explorer, High Energy Fitness Activities with Popfit Kids, Creativity Station “Decorate Your Own Musical Instrument” hosted by New York Kids Club, Pat Kiernan’s Music Trivia Showdown presented in collaboration with TrivWorks, Taylor Guitars Painting Station, Hip Hop Workshop by The Evolution of Hip Hop, Steel Drum serenade by Tropicalfete Inc., Tyson® Chicken Nuggets “Egg Shaker” Freeze Dance and sampling experience and an All-Star Instrument Discovery Zone hosted by the Foundation’s music education partners Jupiter Band Instruments, Meisel and Erwin Otto stringed instruments from RS Berkeley as well as a guitar room presented by Taylor Guitars. Guests can also enjoy lunch from some of NYC’s most popular food trucks including: Coolhaus NY, Eddie’s Pizza, Molly’s Milk Truck and Mike ‘n’ Willie’s.
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VH1 Save The Music Foundation
The VH1 Save The Music Foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to restoring instrumental music education in America's public schools, and raising awareness about the importance of music as part of each child's complete education.
Since 1997, the VH1 Save The Music Foundation has provided $51 million worth of new musical instruments to more than 1,900 public schools in more than 192 districts around the country, impacting the lives of more than 2.3 million public school students.