Yadaloo announces their 2020 nonprofit partner, City Connections
NORTH LITTLE ROCK, AR – The 2nd annual Yadaloo Music & Arts Festival announces their nonprofit partner with City Connections. A portion of Yadaloo ticket sales will go to benefit City Connections, a grassroots movement of 300+ organizations aligning themselves in a vision of community collaborations. Their goal is building a strong and vibrant city rooted in generosity and harmony among churches, social impact entities, government agencies, businesses, schools, and civic groups through collaboration and education.
“We are excited about our partnership with City Connections this year,” said Susan Erwin Prowse, co-founder and owner of Yadaloo. “Steve Biernacki has played a pivotal role from day one in helping us with ideas, volunteering and launching a successful first year. City Connections and Yadaloo are both grassroots and have similar missions.”
“We are very humbled and excited to be a part of the most exhilarating music and arts festival Central Arkansas has seen in years,” said Steve Biernacki, Executive Director of City Connections. “We hope to be an energetic partner that can bring an electric volunteer base and spread the word about this fantastic partnership with Yadaloo and their passionate leadership in our community.”
The mission of the Yadaloo festival is to provide national, top quality entertainment while boosting the local economy through a trend-setting experience that will build into state and national prominence. With Yadaloo we strive to create a new, one-of-a-kind experience that will capture the free spirit in us all while highlighting the rich history of our community.
The inaugural year for Yadaloo won Best New Festival of the Year, as well as runner-up for the Best Souvenir award at the Arkansas Festival and Events Association Conference in Eureka Springs January 30-31, 2020.
The 2nd annual Yadaloo Music and Arts Festival is a one-day event held on the banks of the Arkansas River at the North Shore Riverwalk Park in North Little Rock, Arkansas on Saturday, September 19, 2020. The festival will feature a main stage with national, regional and local Americana and Country Music acts as well as a local stage. The festival will also feature arts and crafts vendors, a dog park, kid zone, VIP tent, food, beer, games and fun activities for all ages!
More information at www.yadaloo.com and by following @yadaloofest on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.