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Relive the best moments of 2013 'Life is Good Festival' on Palladia January 25

Capture a little sunshine in these cold winter months! Palladia, a cable channel owned by Mtv and a dynamic source for rebroadcasting some of the world’s best live concerts, has partnered with ‘Life is Good’ organization to rebroadcast the 2013 annual outdoor concert, ‘Life is Good Fall Festival' on Saturday, January 25 at 9 p.m. EST. To watch Palladia in your area, click here and enter your TV code and TV provider.

See the best moments of 'Life is Good' Festival 2013 on Saturday, January 25 at 9 p.m. EST
Courtesy of Life is Good

Previous musical guests have included Dave Matthews, Ingrid Michaelson, and Sara Bareilles. Headliner Jack Johnson brought his smooth, carefree vibes to the Life is Good Festival stage. The extensive lineup included bestselling 80s group Daryl Hall and John Oates, Grammy-winning hip hop group, ‘The Roots,’ Los Angeles rock band, ‘Dawes,’ Philadelphia-born folk rock singer-songwriter Amos Lee, New Orleans band, The Preservation Jazz Hall Band, folk, blues, and funk group The Ryan Montbleau Band to name a few.

‘Life is Good’ Festival yearly dedicates live music for kids! Boston-natives Josh and the Jam Tones, the Seattle-based children’s band, ‘Recess Monkey,’ and the incredibly popular, fun-loving tunes of Nick Junior’s hit show, ‘Yo Gabba Gabba’ all took the stage!

Life is Good Festival annually celebrates a weekend of music, exciting games for kids, and much more. The 2013 festival took place on Saturday, September 21 and Sunday, September 22, 2013 at beautiful Prowse Farm, 5 Blue Hill River Road in Canton, Massachusetts.

The 'Life is Good Festival' raised over one million dollars for the 'Life is Good Kids Foundation' to help kids in need. To date, 'Life is Good' raised $11 million for the Life is 'Good Kids Foundation,' principally through the annual 'Life is Good Festival,' community foundraising efforts, and 'Life is Good' products. 'Life is Good' donates 10 percent of its net profits to helping children overcome violence, illness and poverty.

To learn more about this cause, visit www.lifeisgood.com. As the Life Is Good Playmakers state, “Life can hurt. Play can heal.”