Changefest 2015

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Changefest 2015
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Changefest 2015 says
Wanna help make the world a better place and rock out in the process? Then come to ChangeFest April 18 in Midtown Atlanta. Taking place from 11 a.m.-4:20 p.m., this FREE outdoor music festival rocks with an amazing line-up.

Cindy Wilson of The B-52's joins The Glenn Phillips Band for an amazing set. Atlanta new wave legends The Swimming Pool Q's take the stage. Robert Schneider of The Apples in stereo performs a special acoustic set. And indie rock band STARBOARDERS rounds out the day.

Fill your belly at ChangeFest with food trucks and vendors, and check out the Kid’s Zone.

In between bands, Atlanta Beer and Hymns takes place in the festival’s beer garden. This popular monthly event, now taking place at Smith’s Olde Bar, sets up shop at ChangeFest and invites festival goers to raise their glasses and their voices at the same time.

The most important part of the day is learning how to make a difference by visiting booths featuring organizations specializing in positive social change. Groups include Habitat For Humanity, Midtown Assistance Center, Lutheran Community Food Ministry and more.

ChangeFest is part of the Red Door Concert Series and takes place in the parking lot of Lutheran Church of the Redeemer at the corner of Peachtree and 4th Streets. Free parking is available.

Sponsored by AM 1690

Learn more about ChangeFest at

-The Glenn Phillips Band with Cindy Wilson of The B-52's
-@The Swimming Pool Q's
-Robert Schneider of The Apples In Stereo

-@King King of Pops
-One Love Jerk Grill
-Linkz Express
-Strawberry Mansion
-Kona Ice
-Mobile Marlay Food Truck

Children's Restoration Network
YES! Atlanta, Inc.
Goshen Valley Boys Ranch
Helping Mamas Inc
Midtown Assistance Center, Inc.
Habitat for Humanity
Midtown Lutheran Preschool
Lutheran Community Food Ministry
Partnership Against Domestic Violence
Camp Hope
Lutheran Volunteer Corps (LVC)
Our Seeds Tomorrow
International Rescue Committee Atlanta
Lutheran Services of Georgia
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