Power To The Peaceful 2010

September 11, 2010 by Post Team 

Power To The Peaceful 2010, On September 11, 2010, the visionary musician and human rights worker, along with current management Guerrilla Michael Frant Branch 12th Annual Peaceful Festival (PTTP) at Speedway Meadow in Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. The diverse music, arts, action and yoga festival began in 1998, which has become a tradition in San Francisco premiere dedicated to educating attendees on issues of social justice, nonviolence, coexistence cultural and environmental sustainability. With over 70,000 attendees, has also become one of the nation’s largest free annual music festivals in the U.S. PTTP, with a number of international musicians, visual artists, renowned keynote speakers and more 200 exhibitors and vendors of green.

The food is brilliant done by Brandon Jew, salad, corn cake and sea bass accented dishes on the menu. You can get your own mixer to get a fresh ccktail made by Francisco Benito. The anniversary is amber on the subject as fit as abound in the film music and other entertainment. The anniversary has in its capital issue music, art, but fun as well as topics change. Yoga Festival is an opening that speaks on behalf of non-violence, cultural existence and sustainability of nature. This festival is also small donation to support the causes that animate it, such as recycling or encourage the use of organic products for healthy living.

Artisans participating are: King Britt, Digital Underground, Saul Williams, Dennis Kucinich, Blackalicious, Woody Harrelson, Angela Davis, Alice Walker, Talib Kweli, The Coup, Keller Williams, Dj Spooky, KRS-one and more abundant.

Power to the peaceful is one of the largest free annual music, art and action events. The Power of year to Peaceful festival is celebrating its 12th anniversary from 10 to 12 September 2010. It is an international destination located in the heart of Golden Gate Park in San Francisco. Each year more than 50,000 attendees, 200 exhibitors, social, environmental and humanitarian Orgs, vendors, DJs, athletes, artists and speakers come together in this festival.

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