MALD ACADEMY Presents Promo Fest: Reaching Our Young People Through The Arts

HAMPTON Va. September 18-19, 2015 – – Mald Academy presents their first campaign for “Reaching our young people through the Arts” with the Conservators of Peace Promo Fest. In association with North Phoebus Community Center, Mald Academy has managed to tie in music, art, and dance in all of this year’s activities. This high performance event will also help strengthen relationships between the Hampton City Police Department and the community. Participate with Mald Academy as they continue to highlight the illustriousness of community outreach and innovative ideas of the century.

PROMO FEST, is set to be at 249 West Chamberlin Avenue in Hampton, Virginia, sponsored by some of the best businesses in the 757. With live bands, amazing food vendors, and plenty to enjoy, everyone participating will gain an experience of a lifetime. Like most live remotes, Promo Fest is expected to attract people by the hundreds as: Myk Mykals, Greg Gutty, and Virginia Live Dancers, just to name a few take the stage. Don’t miss out on this event, fun for everyone is the family to enjoy!

“We have worked so hard to put this entire event together for months, says Brooks. Everyone jumped on board and we can’t wait to see all that people take away from such an event like this that has never been done here before in the Hampton Roads Area. We are very excited!”

Find us Friday at 4:00-7:00pm or Saturday at Noon until 6:00pm as we build for the future. See you there, along with all that you too, have to offer to such a growing community.

About M.A.L.D Academy:

Musical Arts Lyrics Dance Academy (MALD) is a non-stock corporation established in March of 2014, associated. MALD’s instructors will assist the youth participants in the community who seek guidance and mentorship in their music careers. This new launch is recognized by local Boys and Girls Clubs as a top-ranking program for progressive development in education, music, and etiquette.  Mald Academy is delighted to support students as they embrace the arts at its peak.


Amir Brooks