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2nd Annual Waterweek In Los Angeles Now Through March 24th, 2019

The global organization Viva con Agua presents Waterweek LA, 7 days of art and music in Los Angeles from March 18th– 24th.  Artists, musicians, and activists from the creative cities of Hamburg, Berlin, Sao Paulo, and Los Angeles will spotlight trans-border cultural and artistic collaboration to raise awareness through creative & joyful activities about free access to potable water, sanitation and hygiene worldwide. Over 50 artists will meet in LA to collaborate and rock the stages.
Program highlights of Waterweek LA include*: 
  • The Brazilian street-artist Mari Pavanelli paints a mural for the kids of Wonderland Elementary School to raise awareness about the fact of clean drinking water. 
  • International World Water Day Celebration on March 22nd, with “Wisdome LA“ featuring Grammy-nominated Rocky Dawuni, The Voice winner Alison Porter and the producer, musician and director of Viva con Agua California Malte Hagemeister aka DJ Ipunx.
  • “Viva con Agua Mash Up” on March 23rd, with performance art and music in Downtown, LA. 
*The full program line up is attached to this press release.
Waterweek LA takes place at various venues in Los Angeles – from Venice to DTLA to Highland Park. Entrance is free – donations appreciated. All proceeds of the social art, music, and culture festival will be in direct support for the water and sanitation project of Viva con Agua’s in the Amhara region in Ethiopia.
More than 663 million people don’t have access to clean drinking water and more than a third of the world population – 2.38 billion people – do not have sufficient sanitation. Big cities such as Cape Town go through water rationing and the State of California has seen an unprecedented drought over the last few years.
Viva con Agua so far supported more than 2.5 million people with free access to clean and safe drinking water through their network of over 10.000 volunteers, artists, friends, and supporters, such as Cypress Hill, Richard Gere, Ed Sheeran, the Dalai Lama, Formula 1 Racing Champion Nico Rosberg and Jack Black. After twelve years in Europe, Mozambique, and Uganda, Viva con Aqua is coming to California to work with the art & music industry in Hollywood and entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley in order to make a lasting impact in the Golden State and beyond.



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