Santa Clarita, CA – Get ready for an unforgettable day of music, art, and celebration at the Good Karma Music & Arts Festival, coming to the Santa Clarita Skate Park & Field on November 4th! Formerly known as the Summer Meltdown Autism Awareness Art & Music Festival, this re-imagined festival is all about empowering and highlighting the skills of creatives with disabilities pursuing careers in the entertainment industry.
The Good Karma Fest serves a dual purpose – to provide an exceptional festival experience for Southern California residents while also celebrating diversity in the workplace. The festival provides a remarkable stage for students to showcase their skills, urging potential employers to recognize the immense talents of people with disabilities.
Past performers at the festival rave about the active participation of the students, fostering a sense of community and equality throughout the event. The Good Karma Fest also takes immense pride in its emphasis on the arts, with a record number of live artists painting on-stage, setting it apart from other festivals. This year’s musical lineup includes Berner, Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Xzibit, The Silos, Too $hort, Rhazel & DJ JS1, EMM, DJ Livia, Bella, Rogue, DJ Lil Wicked, Rebirth, DJ SP3X, ESTO, and other surprise guests.
Organized by a group of students from the nonprofit organization Yes I Can Unity Through Music & Education, this one-of-a-kind event promises a vibrant celebration of diversity, art and music. Festival-goers can enjoy a diverse lineup of artists showcased on two stages, exhilarating live art demonstrations, a Beer & Wine Garden, mouthwatering food options, and various local vendors.
What sets the Good Karma Fest apart is its unique blend of student ingenuity and professional guidance. Students collaborate with renowned concert promoters, artists, and producers, gaining valuable experience and showing the world the extraordinary talents of creatives with disabilities. By being actively engaged in the production of the festival, these students not only gain valuable experience but also demonstrate the true potential and talents of creatives with disabilities.
“Not only does Good Karma provide a positive environment where people of all ages
can enjoy high quality entertainment, it offers an opportunity for our students to get
hands-on experience with every aspect of producing a festival of this magnitude,” said
Bret Lieberman, Executive Director at YIC. “We are excited to offer attendees a fun,
unique experience while simultaneously celebrating diversity in the workplace.”
Be a part of the Good Karma Music & Arts Festival on November 4th for unforgettable performances, stunning live art displays, and a celebration of diversity and inclusivity that will leave a lasting impression on all attendees.
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