EMERGE: IMPACT + MUSIC Welcomes New Partners Ahead of Inaugural Event April 6-8, 2018
EMERGE IMPACT + MUSIC is proud to announce several new partners to join its inaugural event on April 6-8, 2018. The next-generation festival, which features blended showcases themed around today’s most relevant social topics has on-boarded three local non-profits, including Communities in Schools Nevada, The Center Las Vegas, and the Tyler Robinson Foundation. In addition, the festival has also added radio partner KROQ/AMP and official rideshare partner Lyft Las Vegas to its already impressive lineup. The festival will take place inside Las Vegas’ best entertainment venues at Brooklyn Bowl, LINQ Hotel & Casino, Harrah’s Hotel & Casino, Flamingo Hotel & Casino and Bunkhouse Saloon.
EMERGE was created by the people for the people and is now giving back to the people. With these new partnerships, EMERGE has the ability to give back to its host city. The next-generation festival will be donating 250 tickets to CIS Academy, allowing selected students that may not otherwise have the opportunity to attend and experience EMERGE. In addition, $1 from every ticket sold at EMERGE will go to The Fairytale Ball Impact Showcase produced by The Tenth.
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