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Humble Beast Celebrates 10 Years with New Music Festival




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NEWS SOURCE: Humble Beast
June 13, 2019

Acclaimed indie hip hop label Humble Beast is celebrating a decade of artistry with a new event taking place on August 31st at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa in Santa Ana, CA. For full information, registration, and performing artist list, visit: www.thecanvasconference.com/festival

Today, they announced the details:

Hey everyone, 

We are excited to announce that—to celebrate Humble Beast’s 10 year anniversary (legit, it’s been that long!)—we are putting together a Music Festival for this year’s Canvas Conference! 

We wanted to bring together the past, present, and future of Humble Beast and some friends to reminisce about what has been and to dream about what will be.

So on Saturday, August 31st at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa of friends and label mates Sho Baraka, Antoine Bradford, Kings Kaleidoscope, The Gray Havens, Ghost Ship, and Propaganda will take the stage with yours truly, Beautiful Eulogy.

We will also honor our great friend and brother, Ron Sararana (aka DJ Efechto) who we lost last year with a special set by The Table Turners spotlighting Ron’s musical genius and humble walk with the Lord. 

At the center of our festival, as with all our endeavors, is the worship of our one, true God and King. We’d love to have your voice there with us in to join that chorus, to hear how the Lord has used his ministry to serve you, and to just thank you for your support. Here is how you can attend:


Music Festival - $39

Canvas + Music Festival - $114

Canvas + Intensive Music Festival - $269


Come celebrate 10 years of Humble Beast with us and let us celebrate you as the instruments God has used to sustain and build up this ministry and his church.

See you in August,
Thomas J. Terry


Event location:
Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa
3800 S. Fairview St. Santa Ana, CA 9270

 


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