Audio Push Performs Live At First Annual SoCal Youth Festival At The LA Center Studios On Saturday, October 2, 11AM- 7PM

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This family friendly event is expected to be packed with crowds of music-loving, trendsetting, fashion savvy, fully wired, social networking youth and young adults. Along with the live dj, music performances, contests and entertainment there will also be informational booths, clothing and jewelry vendors and an abundance of food choices with the best of LA’s gourmet food trucks serving an international array of tastes.

Loose Ends Events & Marketing today announced that Audio Push will be the headline entertainment at the First Annual SoCal Youth Takeover Festival on Saturday, October 2 from 11AM to 7PM at the Los Angeles Center Studios located at 500 S. Beaudry Street in Los Angeles. Audio Push will be performing their hit singles “Up N Down” and “Teach Me How to Jerk.” They will join a lineup that includes DJ Cedric Ceballos on the turntables, Infra Redd, a hot new urban artist that mixes the high power energy of electric house music with the distinct elements of hip hop, an edgy pop performance by Nylon Pink, Chloe, an up and coming 16 yr old signing sensation and more. Also featured will be previously announced live entertainment including the Larry Johnson Grand Mama Sweet Iced Tea Dance Contest to be judged by the world famous Ringmasters flexin crew, a trendy-hot fashion show, a banging Poetry Slam, public speakers and other special celebrity appearances. Pre-sale tickets are currently available at http://www.ytofestival.com for $10 general admission and $25 VIP and can be purchased at the event for $15/$30VIP.

The SoCal Youth Takeover Festival is an outdoor event that was developed to educate, embrace, support and celebrate the Southern California youth and young adult initiative while partnering with several local non-profit youth based charities to create awareness and bond community ties. “Our youth is the voice of our future and our communities need to guide them down the right path and give them the respect and freedom to grown into responsible young adults and community leaders. The SoCal Youth Takeover Festival gives our diverse southern California youth an outlet to celebrate together at a fun and peaceful event catering to them,” explains event founder Tranessa Hunt of Loose Ends Events & Marketing.

This family friendly event is expected to be packed with crowds of music-loving, trendsetting, fashion savvy, fully wired, social networking youth and young adults. Along with the live entertainment there will also be informational booths, clothing and jewelry vendors and an abundance of food choices with the best of LA’s gourmet food trucks serving an international array of tastes.

The SoCal Youth Takeover has proudly partnered with several local charities who have tirelessly worked to touch the lives of as many people as possible while making our community a better place. All net proceeds from this event will equally benefit The Los Angeles Youth Network whose mission is to end homelessness one kid at a time by empowering abused, neglected and homeless adolescents to become self-sufficient; The Inner City Kitchen which is a culinary program whose main goal is to alleviate low self-esteem due to food related disorders among inner city youth, young adults and families in LA County; Together We Rise which is comprised of motivated young adults whose vision is to improve the lives of foster children who often find themselves forgotten and neglected by the public; The Eating Well Foundation which is focused on providing healthy food to Los Angeles shelters, soup kitchens and food banks; and the Reading Writing It’s Exciting program whose purpose is to mentor 2nd graders in the Los Angeles area who need extra help in writing and reading.

For more information please visit http://www.ytofestival.com, http://www.twitter.com/youthtakeover and http://www.facebook.com/2010socalyouthtakeoverfestival.

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