ST. PETERSBURG – More than 20 music artists are scheduled to rock out Williams Park on St.Patrick’s Day weekend all in the name of ending homelessness among Veterans in the Tampa Bay area.
JamFest: Battle of the Bands will begin Friday, March 17 with a music competition featuring 15 independent artists who will battle it out for a cash grand prize, recording contract, and other prizes. The fun continues on Saturday, March 18 with a concert featuring headliner national recording artist Sammie. Additional performers will be announced at a later date.
Proceeds from JamFest: Battle of the Bands will support the Veterans & Community Resource Center’s efforts to establish a transitional housing program.
“JamFest: Battle of the Bands was conceived as a way to help give independent musicians a platform while raising awareness about Veteran homelessness,” said Manuel Jones, event organizer. “It’s our hope that through music we can eradicate this problem that is pervasive among Veterans.”
JamFest: Battle of the Bands is a family-fun event featuring music from a variety of genres, including rock, hip-hop, and R&B.
Tickets now are on sale and can be purchased at wwwjamfestlive.com
About JamFest: Battle of the Bands
JamFest is two-day event featuring performances by musicians who have been selected via an online competition. Each band will perform for a chance to cash and other prizes. The goal of JamFest: Battle of the Bands is to end Veteran homelessness through music.
About the Veterans & Community Resource Center
Veterans & Community Resource Center Corp. (VCRC) is a community-based, not-for-profit organization committed to help fight poverty in America. VCRC was established in November 2001 to provide services to aid disadvantaged Veterans, their family members, and members of the communities in which they reside. VCRC has established an office in St. Petersburg.
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