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Jazz On The Lawn

Project LINK, Inc. and What We Could Be Exchange, Inc. (WWCB) are excited to announce the third annual Jazz on the Lawn community fundraiser. The event is slated for Mar. 12 at the Riverwalk STEM Academy outside Just Elementary School at 11:00 A.M.

Jazz on the Lawn is a fun-filled day for the Tampa community featuring local jazz and entertainment, interactive games for adults and children, and business and food vendors in a designated shopping area. The coronavirus pandemic forced organizers to cancel the event in 2020 and 2021.

“We are excited to welcome the community back to a fun, safe, family-friendly event. People can support local businesses, enjoy the sounds of smooth Jazz and help the local community,” said Jeannette Bradley founder of WWCB. “With the help from this year title sponsor: Business Plans Plus, LLC, and the community we are back and eager to give the community something positive.

The Jazz on the Lawn music festival headline is an international saxophonist and Blake High School Alumni, BK Jackson. Other performers include David Bathen, Marlon Boone, Shawn Brown, TFoxx, and Monique &Company.

This event serves as a fundraiser to improve the lives of students, their families, and disadvantaged residents in the East and West Tampa communities.

General admission tickets are $20 and VIP admission is $85. All proceeds from ticket sales will benefit nonprofit organizations WWCB, Project LINK, Inc., The Riverwalk STEM Academy at Just Elementary School, and Blake High School.

Project LINK, Inc. is a community based, non-profit organization dedicated to providing community support for children and their families that live in Hillsborough County, Florida. Visit Project LINK, Inc. website for more information:

What We Could Be Exchange, Inc. (WWCB) is a non-profit organization that is creating the change needed in impoverished communities. For information on purchasing tickets, vendor information or general inquiries, please scan the QR code on the front page of N-TOUCHNews.

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