Guitar Greats Robert Randolph and Melvin Sparks to Take Stage at the
Life is good Festival July 19 in Boston
Two generations of guitar greats will share one stage when Robert Randolph & the Family Band headlines and The Melvin Sparks Band perform at the 2008 Life is good Festival on Boston Common on Saturday, July 19. This FREE festival is a celebration of summer, featuring great live music, classic backyard food, and a colorful mix-of good time games and activities for adults and children alike.
|Robert Randolph & The Family Band|
Family entertainment will kick off the day at the Life is good Festival Stage with performances from award-winning family favorite SteveSongs and Electric Youth, a dynamic ensemble of teenaged singers and dancers backed by an eight-piece band of professional musicians.
2008 Life is good Festival
The Life is good Festival brings the nostalgia of an old-fashioned American picnic to the heart of Boston. The classic outdoor summer bash will feature classic backyard food as well as great traditional games and activities. The festival, produced in partnership with the Boston Parks and Recreation Department, will benefit the Life is good Kids Foundation. 100% of funds raised at this year's festival will be directed by the foundation to Project Joy, a Boston-based non-profit organization whose mission is to use the healing power of play to transform children impacted by violence, poverty and loss into healthy and joyful players in the game of life.
About Life is good, Inc.®
Life is good®, based in Boston, MA, spreads good vibes through its colorful collection of apparel and accessories, and the contagious grin of Jake, its optimistic cultural hero. For more information on Life is good®, please visit www.lifeisgood.com.
About the Life is good Kids Foundation
The Life is good Kids Foundation supports extraordinary charities that create a lasting positive impact on children facing unfair challenges, including the trauma of violence and poverty. The Foundation receives its principal financial support from the public via the charitable fundraising festivals conducted by Life is good, Inc. This year eighteen different festivals will be held in fourteen different states nationwide. 100% of funds raised from these festivals is distributed to 501 C (3) non-profit organizations supporting children in need.