Music and arts festival drifts into Carson

July 21, 2012 by  

Visitors and residents of the South Bay area who are interested in witnessing the live performances of some of the top recording artists in the world will not want to miss the Pacific Grooves Music and Arts Festival. The event will be the biggest musical festival of its kind in the world, and it will feature the Talauega Brothers tribute to artists like Gyptian, Sean Paul, The Jets, Kevin Lyttle, Da’Ville, DJ Jah Yzer, and The Five Stars, among others.

The festival is scheduled for July 28 and the location will be The Home Depot Center in Carson, which is just four miles east of Torrance. The event will be presented by the Fa’Avae Brothers and its purpose is to promote health and educational projects that benefit everybody, especially natives of the Pacific Islands. Because Cancer has been identified as the number one cause of death among the Islanders, the festival’s aim is to increase awareness as a means of combating the disease by providing those who attend with several health and educational resources. Festival organizers may have some poster printing or banner printing done to facilitate their efforts to educate.

Families are invited to attend, as the event will feature many attractions and activities for people of all ages. There will be a Kiddygrooves Carnival that will feature jumpers, rides, cotton candy, shaved ice, balloons, clowns, and face painting. There will also be vendors present in the Vendor Village, which will feature arts and crafts, apparel, and accessories. All in all, there will be plenty to see and do.