THE WORK IT EMPOWERMENT DAY FESTIVAL SERIES
Enjoy A Virtual Exciting Experience Of Education, Live Music, Entertainment. The Work It (WI Festival) Festival is a part of a 501c3 charity project. It presents a Mini- Empowerment Day Transformation Festival series that is set out to build a bridge between various national and regional coasts, starting from the Mid-West to the West Coast. Our goal is to promote good health, healthy food, economic empowerment, positive entertainment, informational sharing and exploration opportunities that can transform lives. We are targeting the underserved, under-informed and under-exposed communities as well as those in need while giving others a chance to give back.
OUR OBJECTIVE is to serve as an intervention tool to help balance out the negative consequences of those influenced and affected by the massive distribution of negative acting out behavior presented through media, peer influences, substance abuse and limited exposure of healthy knowledge. We are presenting opportunities and exposure of options that can help better the lives and businesses of those in underserved and underexposed communities. while serving as an awareness and prevention tool that brings truth, knowledge, entertainment, opportunities and insight to the masses.
Special invited community , business influencers and celebrities will be in the house. A dj WORK It dance for health, safety and fun contest; live music; sing; dance; rap and laugh for autism awareness, presented in virtual reality on an entertainment and education stage for autism. Taste testers; exotic food; booth and vendor opportunities will all be present. A special tv show filming and 90s flow in the After Glow Tribute concert and appreciation to influencers in business, community and entertainment.
Participants will experience The WI Fest that will present a day of empowerment, positive entertainment and information to transform lives in our communities while inspiring them with tools and insight to be economically empowered, safe healthy and transformed. The WI Festival proceeds support social and healthy causes all over the world.
To Learn More: www.thewifest.org ; Em: email@example.com
The Oakland Metro Opera House (View)
522 2nd St.
Oakland,, CA 94607
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|