Life is Good proudly presents ‘Soulshine Music Yoga Tour,’ a re-energizing and inspiring mass yoga session followed by a music festival featuring a variety of acoustic acts on Friday, July 18. ‘Soulshine Music Yoga Tour’ kicks off at the Blue Hill Bank Pavilion in the Seaport in Boston, Massachusetts at 3:30 p.m. Known for their outdoor concerts and family activities, Life is Good is inviting audiences for not only music for the ears, but food for the soul.
Join Life is Good’s ‘Soulshine Music Yoga Tour,’ where Life is Good with the support of Live Nation will be raising money for the Life is Good Foundation to help kids in need. Visit lifeisgood.com for more information!
Following the mass yoga session and headlining the outdoor concert is composer, poet, and musician, Michael Franti and Spearhead at 7 p.m. From Oakland, California, Michael Franti and Spearhead combines funk, jazz, rock, folk, hip-hop, and rock and their music has been featured on television and on movie soundtracks. Having worked with musician such as P!nk and John Meyer, their latest CD is called ‘All People.’
From Arlington, Virginia, SOJA, formally known as Soldiers of Jah Army, have been together since 1997. Composed of Jacob Hemphill on vocals and guitar, Bob “Bobby Lee” Jefferson on bass, Patrick O’Shea on keyboards, Ryan “Bird” Berty on drums, Ken Brownell on percussion, Hellman Escorcia on saxophone, Rafael Rodriguez on trumpet, and Trevor Young on guitar, SOJA will release their newest CD called, ‘Amid the Noise and the Haste’ in August 2014.
California-born singer-songwriter and musician Brett Dennen has opened for John Mayer, is influenced by Paul Simon, and worked with Jason Mraz. Brett Dennen’s latest CD is called ‘Smoke and Mirrors.’ Combining acoustic rock and reggae, singer-songwriter and guitarist Trevor Hall contributed to the motion picture soundtrack, ‘Shrek the Third’ and his latest CD is called, ‘Chapter of the Forest.’
Life is Good spreads the power of optimism and donates 10 percent of its net profits to help kids in need. The company has raised $11 million for kids in need to date, principally through Life is Good products, events and community fundraising efforts including the Life is Good Festival series in Canton, Massachusetts, and most recently, the Life is Good NOR'BEASTER at Killington Resort in March 2013.
To learn more about this cause, lifeisgood.com. As the Life Is Good Playmakers state, “Life can hurt. Play can heal.”