Judge Rules BeachGlow Music Festival Will Be Held in Wildwood on July 8 and 9
BeachGlow: Concerts For Charity, Inc. (BG), a nonprofit music festival producer that leverages the power of music to raise awareness and funds for charities, including endangered school music programs, is pleased to announce that the New Jersey Superior Court, after several days of careful consideration, has ruled that BeachGlow Music Festival 2016 will be held, as planned, on the beach in Wildwood, NJ, on July 8 and 9.
“Justice is genre blind,” says Dane Kunkel, founder and CEO of BG. “We are grateful to the Court for weighing the evidence and ruling in our favor, setting the stage for a great benefit to aid children's music education.
BG looks forward to doing right by the City of Wildwood, the community of Wildwood, and the worthwhile charities that it supports.
Tickets are on sale 24-hours a day at www.BeachGlow.org. BG looks forward to once again selling out this event and raising money for charity. A fun and safe event on the beach is planned, with music, games, food, and other activities. Those unable to attend may make individual donations. Donations in support of BeachGlow and its charitable mission can be made at the BeachGlow.org website.
This year’s selected charity, Little Kids Rock (LKR), is a New Jersey-based, national nonprofit that was selected by BeachGlow and recommended by a survey of BeachGlow’s loyal fan base. LKR plans to bring music programs, teacher training, and instruments to underserved students in Philadelphia and South Jersey. Last year, BG provided LKR funds to support 21 new music programs – impacting almost 5,000 students.
BeachGlow Music Festival 2016 features pop, alternative, and electronic music. One of the festival’s headliners, Norwegian pop duo Nico & Vinz, is donating its headlining performance. The duo has performed at the Nobel Peace Concert and at the White House Christmas tree-lighting ceremony.