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2006 Southeast Community Fest Brings Music Education to Charlotte

World Wide Flava and Bo2 Productions in collaboration with Its Cool To Be Smart and the Single Parent Initiative will present the 2006 Southeastern Music Community Fest in Charlotte, North Carolina on March 10-11, 2006.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (PRWEB) February 16, 2006 -- The Southeastern Music Community Fest (SMCF) is a one-day music conference focused on empowering and raising awareness of aspiring entertainers / artists striving to succeed in the entertainment industry. Conference registrants will have an opportunity to interact with a host of music industry expert panelists, from all aspects of the music industry. In addition, Its Cool To Be Smart will award funds to support the rebuilding the Boys & Girls Clubs, YMCA and YWCAs on the Gulf Coast affected by Hurricane Katrina.

The 1st Annual 2006 Southeastern Music Community Fest (SMCF) will be held on Saturday, March 11, 2006 at the Grady Cole Center conveniently located at 301 N. Kings Drive, Charlotte, North Carolina.

The SMCF reception on Friday will present the former Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem with a humanitarian award, and the former Mayor will in turn present the 2006 SMCF Achievement of the Year award to R&B recording artist, Anthony Hamilton. Saturdays conference will begin with a music appreciation panel presented by the Boys & Girls Club and will be followed by several industry breakout sessions geared towards educating participants on How to make it happen in the Music Industry. Industry experts and an A-list roster of celebrities will provide expert advice for registrants. Saturdays agenda also includes a celebrity autograph session, fashion show featuring North Carolina Central University / Evalesco Modeling Troupe and will close out with an evening of showcase performances from up and coming artists and an after party featuring a special celebrity guest.

Current sponsors for the 2006 SMCF include: ASCAP, Enchanted PR, Eklectik Genes, Atlantic, WEA, Big Oomp Records, the Aphilliates, MEG, BREAK magazine, Streetmasters magazine, College Talk, Clear Channel, Up All Nite and the Chop Shop.

For more information, or to register for the 2006 Southeastern Music Community Fest visit www.smcfonline.com.


Christal Jordan-mims
Enchanted PR

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