Sonic City Music Festival 2012

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 Booking 10 Sonicbids bands
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Summary

JAB Media Group is very proud to announce the newest and coolest music festival to hit the summer season. Sonic City Music Festival will debut next summer on August 4th, 2012. Three stages, a kick-ass midway, tons of vendors, food and a V.I.P. lounge where artists and music fans can interact. 10 Sonicbids artists will be chosen to perform live at the festival, along with 20 other artists and bands. The festival, held in Lindsay, ON, Canada, accepts a wide variety of genres./n/nJAB Media Group is very proud to announce the newest and coolest music festival to hit the summer season. Sonic City Music Festival will debut next summer on August 4th, 2012. Three stages, a kick-ass midway, tons of vendors, food and a V.I.P. lounge where artists and music fans can interact. 10 Sonicbids artists will be chosen to perform live at the festival, along with 20 other artists and bands. The festival, held in Lindsay, ON, Canada, accepts a wide variety of genres.



Sonic City Music Festival is involved with raising money for The Julia Project. A charitable organization that focuses on children's educational needs in third-world countries. Aimed at helping children around the world, this charity for children has a heartwarming story behind it.



The Julia Project Story:


At five years of age, little Julia had already developed compassion for those less fortunate than herself. Wanting to help, she began saving her money to give to poverty stricken children. Julia saved one thousand, seven hundred pennies.



At that same time, Jim and Jill Carty were planning a trip to Kenya, Africa. This was in fulfillment of a life long desire of theirs to see the children of Africa and their needs.

Jim and Jill were humbled to be asked to carry Julia's money with them to Kenya with the promise that they would be sure it met a need there. They were able to purchase three soccer balls at the local market with Julia's money and donate them on her behalf to Rukia's school. Rukia and the children were most appreciative of the gift. The school had no sports equipment, and the children wadded up plastic bags to play with.



Out of their poverty, the school staff had two Somali style dresses made to bring back to Canada for Julia. This gesture of thanks was well received by Julia and her parents. With increased involvement, The Julia Project was born as a nonprofit charity for children.

Terms And Conditions

Artists may not bring alcohol onto the grounds. All artists must bring own gear, no more than 2 crew members may accompany artists.