Tyrone “The Working Class Hero” concert & school supply donation drive

August 23, 2014 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
WSC Performance Hall
4400 42nd Avenue Southwest
Seattle, WA 98116

Unified Outreach and the “C.I.A. Music Group” presents Tyrone “The Working Class Hero” live in concert; an event to raise awareness and school supplies for foster children.

The concert takes place on Saturday August 23rd, 5–9 pm at the WSC Performance Hall. The sound of Tyrone’s vocals are unique and with incredible music production it is simply incomparable. He is upbeat and raps about real situations that that we relate to and normal people go through. He has charted three records in the last six months and has synced background music for Adidas commercials and Outdoors.com. Come out to see Seattle artist Tyrone perform for a good cause.

The event is also a spotlight for the local foster programs. Some of the youth that are a part of Unified Outreach summer work training program are from foster homes so the event hits close to home. We are collecting school supplies; folders, binders, pens, pencils and back packs to give back to foster home students. There will drop off bins for school supplies as people come into the event. Come out and enjoy the music, support the youth in the program and give back to your local foster homes.

The C.I.A. Music Group, AKA (Creative, Intelligent Ambitious) is built up of a group of youth from the community that are a part of Unified Outreach’s summer arts program. The group came together through a summer work training program that provided the opportunity and work experience in, event planning and event management skills. The entire event, press release, flier and poster were created by the youth in the program.

August 23rd, 5-9 PM

WSC Performance Hall, 206-371-1139

4400 42nd Ave SW Seattle 98116

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