Caroline Sunshine appeared at the 6th Annual Kidstock Music and Arts Festival in Beverly Hills on Sunday, June 3rd.
Highlighted entertainment included Radio Disney star Caroline Sunshine from the hit series “Shake it Up.“ Alli Simpson, teen model, actress, blogger, brand ambassador and fashion consultant, was on hand to introduce Caroline to the Festival stage. Also in attendance was Radio Disney on-air personality and entertainment reporter, Jake Whetter, who served as EMCEE for the event and the Radio Disney AM 1110 Road Crew was also on-site with interactive entertainment and prizes. IM5 – the band of five incredibly talented boys and founded by American Idol creator, Simon Fuller, also rocked the stage before digitally releasing new original songs this Summer. Other featured performers included Jami Belushi, Ava Cardoso Smith, Flyby4, Dominic Scott Kay & Mico Olmos, Lap Band, Rhythm Child and Lucy Thomas.
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Kidstock Music and Arts Festival is a fun-filled family day of music and Art to benefit One Voice Scholars Program, a charity that helps support children and encourages interest in the Arts. It was an incredible afternoon of live music, arts & crafts and fashionable festivities as well as interactive kids booths, gourmet food, photo booth and performances from the hottest pint-sized performers on the planet.
Attendees were able to “design-your-own denim” HUDSON JEANS, TOMS was on-site with local artists to customize kids’ shoes, as was the Radio Disney Photo Booth, video games from Kinect for XBOX 360, “haute hair deign” by Drybar, Sprinkles cupcake decorating, prizes from Baskin-Robbins, and much more!
The One Voice Scholars Program mentors and prepares low-income and inner-city Los Angeles high school students for college and places them in top colleges across the United States. 100% of One Voice scholars gain admission to college. Under the guidance of One Voice 95% of their scholars graduate from college vs. the national graduation rate of 43% for low-income first-generation college students. 30% of these Scholars attend graduate school. (Arts Beat LA)