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Idobi Radio Summer School Announces Save the Music as Charity Partner



Idobi Radio Summer School Announces Save the Music as Charity Partner

The music festival will donate $0.50 of each ticket sold to the organization, which supports music education in schools.

Idobi Radio Summer School, a music festival featuring up-and-coming artists, has announced Save the Music as their charity partner for the upcoming tour.

The festival will donate $0.50 of each ticket sold throughout the tour to Save the Music in support of their mission to help students, schools, and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music.

“We are honored to team up with the Summer School tour to support young creatives and build community through the power of music,” said Henry Donahue, Executive Director for Save the Music. “The critical funds raised from this tour will jumpstart much-needed music programs in public schools nationwide.”

The festival will kick off on Wednesday, July 10th, in Cleveland, OH, at the Agora Ballroom and will visit over 25 cities across the country, including stops in Nashville, Houston, Orlando, Philadelphia, Chicago, Denver, Seattle, and more before wrapping in Anaheim, CA on Sunday, August 17th at City National Grove.

The festival also announced SonicTap Presents idobi Radio Summer School ORIENTATION NIGHT.

Taking place on June 1st at Frogtown Brewery in Los Angeles, the all ages event will feature DJ sets by Scene Queen and The Home Team, as well as live sets from letdown., Ezra, Pretty Ugly, and special guests. Doors open at 5pm. Admission is free for Summer School ticket holders – limited to 300.

Microsoft is the Official Technology Partner of idobi Radio Summer School.

The partnership will feature ways the tour uses Microsoft Copilot. “We are excited to partner with Summer School to showcase how Copilot can be used in a couple of different ways,” Amy Sorokas, Director Strategic Partnerships at Microsoft said. “Working with the artists to extend the Summer School creative world and engage with fans, alongside examples of the tour staff using Copilot to meet some very practical needs, made this a great way to show the breadth of what the technology can do.”

Additional partners for the festival include:

  • OneRPM, who is subsidizing ticket prices in order to help lower costs for fans
  • Hot Topic, who is aiming to amplify the festival as well as support the artists involved throughout its vast marketing network and series of retail stores

For more information on Save the Music, please visit: https://www.savethemusic.org/.

For more information on idobi Radio Summer School, please visit: www.summerschooltour.com.



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