Peace Palooza 2011
Miami, FL, October 31, 2011 (The Cuban Art Project)- Event Rhythm Management and Ploppy Palace Productions are preparing for the PEACE PALOOZA 2011 celebration. In 2011 the Series will begin a new emphasis, presenting music of performers that made significant contributions in the 1960’s; from Rock and Roll, Soul, Pop, Reggae, Blues and other genres of music. This year the event will take place Sat, Dec 10th, 2011 at Tobacco Road, 626 South Miami Ave, Miami, FL 33130. This festival boasts 2 stages of music and something for everyone to enjoy! Proceeds from this event will be donated to a local non-profit organization with a mission that promotes nonviolent action and seeks to reduce the use of violence worldwide.
The goal of PEACE PALOOZA 2011 is to provide a vibrant, dynamic & fun Peace and Music Festival, while honoring a wonderful cause – Peace! We truly have an amazing roster of musicians and artists lined up to inspire attendees throughout the evening! This festival is proudly sponsored by Wire Weekly Magazine and Tobacco Road. The 2011 line-up will feature an eclectic mixture of sounds and styles with highlights including: • Featured performers • Multimedia Tribute • Visual Art Gallery • Artistic Marketplace • Peace Community.
PEACE PALOOZA 2011 will inspire you to dream for a moment by focusing on the LOVE we feel for each other and the oneness we all share in common. This Celebration will be a beautiful evening with people coming together and imagining peace for each of us personally and all of us collectively as we celebrate with an incredible mix of performers at PEACE PALOOZA 2011! We hope that this event will inspire the community to become involved by attending this wonderful event that promotes global peace and justice.
Tobacco Road is Miami’s oldest bar and restaurant, primarily known for its blues cabaret. It’s the absolute best place in town to hear some of the best live blues music in the country while you’re dining. If you’re a Miami resident and you haven’t been to Tobacco Road at least once, you’re missing an important part of your Miami cultural experience! Visit them at http://www.tobacco-road.com/
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