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Mamby on the Beach
July 2, 2016 @ 1:00 pm - 10:00 pm CDT
React presents Mamby on the Beach July 2nd & 3rd at Oakwood Beach!
Doors open at 1pm, so check out the daily lineups and get your tickets today! A portion of Mamby’s ticket proceeds will benefit the Bright Start Community Outreach.
Saturday July 2nd
Milky Chance – Animal Collective – Atmosphere – Tycho, Wild Belle – Thomas Jack – Kaytranada – Lido – Miami Horror – K. Flay – Bishop Briggs – Lany – Small Black – Monte Booker & Ravyn Lanae – Zebo
IN THE DJ TENT
Tale of Us – Audion – Shiba San – Hannah Wants – Sonny Fodera – Billy Kenny – Gene Farris
Sunday July 3rd
Chet Faker – Santigold – Chromeo – Lupe Fiasco – Mayer Hawthorne – Betty Who – Tha & The Get Down Stay Down – Gallant – FKJ – Ryan Hemsworth – Jerry Folk – Chrome Sparks – Monakr – Windy city Soul Club
IN THE DJ TENT
Loco Dice – Derrick Carter – The Martinez Brothers – Steve Bug – The Black Madonna – Marcus Marr – Inphinity
Lineup Subject to Change. Rain or Shine. All Sales are Final.
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About Bright Start Community Outreach
Pastor Chris Harris founded the 501C3 nonprofit organization with a goal of strengthening and supporting families and communities in need. Serving more than 5,000 residents a year, BSCO’s community service-directed activism now focuses on the training and development of women and children in Chicago’s low-income neighborhoods.
“SAY Nothing About Violence, Until You DO Something About Violence.”
– Pastor Chris Harris
BSCO also launched the Bronzeville Dream Center (BDC), a program that’s dedicated to serving Chicago with counseling and other social services aimed at minimizing negative factors that cause violence while increasing protective influences that yield positive outcomes. The BDC endeavors to focus on four core competencies: counseling, mentorship, parenting and workforce development. “Family safety and strength depend on connection with a broad range of people, organizations, and community institutions. Our goal is to ensure all vulnerable families have access and the necessary training to be self-sufficient.” One initiative that members of BSCO will be bringing to the Mamby grounds is CPS Safe Passage, an effort toward facilitating safe routes for students before and after school. During the festival, volunteers who are familiar with the area will safely escort attendees to and from the nearby trains. Coming as an extension of their already established program, we’re incredibly grateful for their assistance and support during the festivities. Mamby will also be utilizing BSCO employees from the Bronzeville community for help with cleanup and sanitation around the festival grounds throughout the weekend. React and Mamby are excited to continue building a relationship with the BSCO. By incorporating BSCO’s successful organization into our events, and contributing substantial support toward its members, we hope to bring awareness and returned participation toward its worthy efforts. For more information on Bright Star Community Outreach, visit www.brightstarcommunityoutreach.com.