Co-sponsored by The Institute for Social Change Through the Arts and All Pilgrims Church
Join us August 13th, 3-7pm for an afternoon of live music, art builds, activities for kids and the opportunity to hear from some of the youth plaintiffs suing the US Government for their LEGAL RIGHT TO A STABLE CLIMATE and a healthy atmosphere for all present and future generations.
Community and Family Event, All Ages. (The venue is wheelchair accessible. Enter from the sanctuary, and go through the chapel into Stuart Hall.)
Tickets available at 350seattle.org/concert
This event is also celebrating the launch of the Protect What You Love album project, lifting up musicians from around the Pacific Northwest, writing songs of Climate and social justice.
Live performances by:
Quincy Davis (Hip Hop, Portland, OR)
Paul Wagner (Saanich, B.C.)
Isaac Castillo (Hawaii)
Aji Piper (Plaintiff on Case)
Columbia City Chorus
Animals of Grace
Tobias The Owl