If you don’t consider yourself happy, you ought to try it out sometime because there is really nothing like it. There’s an upcoming event that can help with that called, ‘The Happiness Project Music Festival.’
Festival Co-Founder and Co-Organizer, Jason Burlew, and Musician Jocelyn Faro with ‘Jocelyn Faro & The Ragazzi‘ join us to tell us more about the festival. Jason says his friend Candy and himself were talking about ways to bring about mental health awareness. Therefore, they combined music, which makes you feel happy, with local non-profit organizations, vendors and food trucks in one festival.
The benefits of the music festival goes to the Ronald McDonald House of Delaware and mental health awareness.
Jocelyn says she likes to give back to the community and she really liked what The Happiness Project Music Festival was doing and reached out to be a part of it.
“It’s one of those really rewarding things just to have so many people in the community come together be talking about something that no one really wants to talk about,” Jocelyn says.
Happiness Project Music Festival
- Saturday, July 9
- 11 am – 9 pm
- Avenue United Methodist Church
- Music, food, vendors, yoga