Make It Happen Festival To Benefit Cardon Children's Medical Center Music Therapy Program

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Mesa Ampitheatre will host the MAKE It Happen Music Festival, a benefit for the Cardon Children's Medical Center Music Therapy Program, on September 12. Tickets for the show are supposed to be $10 for the all-ages show, which Gadger from 103.9 will emcee.

Scheduled performers include Lyra the Harp, Shawn Johnson and the Foundation, Ronin Meyer, It's Like Love, Sound the City, Flight to London, The Dark Eyed Juncos and the subject of this week's music feature, Fivespeed. More information here.

Check out an Mp3 from Fivespeed's last album below.

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