“…end extreme poverty by 2030”
–Andrea Beasley, MSNBC
Four years in and the Global Citizen Festival, held in New York City’s Central Park, directs attention to initiatives that support equality and combating extreme poverty by working with organizations, celebrities and world leaders (Malala Yousafzai, Bill and Melinda Gates, Leonardo DiCaprio, to name a few).
While still early in its process, the publicity aimed at this annual musical gathering, with policy speakers and videos scheduled throughout the day, continues to draw some of the biggest bands and performers from around the globe. When I attended the first festival with a friend of mine, K’naan, the Black Keys, a special performance by John Legend, Band of Horses, Neil Young and the Foo Fighters (such an amazing weekend) entertained the crowd of 60,000-plus. It was a perfect day and night in NYC. This year, festival-goers enjoyed Beyoncé, Eddie Vedder and Ed Sheeran.
And this small indie group from across the pond that came equipped with a brand new song…
Have an Inspired Week!
Posted on September 28, 2015, in Uncategorized and tagged Beyonce, Central Park, Coldplay, extreme poverty, Global Citizen Festival, Happy Monday!, humanity, inspiration, music, New York City. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.