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O’ What Fun, Feeding the Soul Foundation’s HoliDAZE Show Returns Wednesday, Dec. 21

Oceanside CA— Feeding the Soul Foundation, a local non-profit that creates concerts for causes, returns with its annual holiday celebration on Wednesday, December 21, at the Star Theatre in Oceanside. This year’s entertainers are sure to delight, with hosts Billy Galewood and Isaiah Prayer (a.k.a. The Eclectic Bugaloo), and performances by Raining Jane, Eric Schwartz, MC Flow, We Are Thomasse, Jessie Payo, and more. The 2016 HoliDAZE Show will benefit the Sean O’Shea Foundation, a non-profit designed to empower youth and children with cancer through mindfulness curriculum and the movement of yoga. Sean O’ Shea instructors use their creativity and compassion to find stretches, breathing exercises, and visualizations that relieve a patient’s tension and improve well-being.

The holiday cheer kicks off with a pre-party at Surfside Taproom. Guests will be treated to the musical talents of Tolan Shaw and Lee Coulter. During the festivities, Feeding the Soul Foundation will collect unwrapped toys and non-perishable food items for Spirit of Sharing. Spirit of Sharing helps to provide assistance to local military service members and their families during the holiday season. Those who donate will receive a complimentary drink ticket at the Star Theatre.

“We invite San Diego to join us in celebrating the holidays while giving back to our local community,” said Vallie Gilley, founder of Feeding the Soul Foundation. “The HoliDAZE Celebration is a magical evening in Oceanside, where we bring together music, laughter, and generosity.”

The festivites on Wednesday, December 21, 2016, began with the pre-party,  5:00pm at the Surfside Taproom, 507 N Coast Hwy in Oceanside and continue at the Star Theatre, doors open at 7:30. Music begins at 8:30pm.

Tickets are now available. For more information please visit, Owhatfun.eventbrite.com

About Feeding the Soul Foundation:

The Feeding the Soul Foundation promotes concerts for causes, bringing community together in creative generosity. The foundation promotes local artists, charities and businesses that make a positive difference by creating events that draw attention and opportunity to their talents and intents. Proceeds of each show benefit a different local, national or global charity. Since its formation in March, 2010, the Feeding the Soul Foundation has donated more than $45,000 to organizations that feed the hungry, empower young women through music, promote environmental responsibility, and free slaves around the world. http://www.feedingthesoulfoundation.org/

About Sean O’ Shea Foundation:

The Sean O’Shea Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non profit organization that is designed to empower youth with a mindfulness practice curriculum focusing on providing memorable programs aimed at enriching young lives and providing invaluable instructors who will be a positive role model while developing long-term relationships with educators and community.

The Sean O’Shea Foundation programs are designed to empower youth with a mindfulness practice and nutrition curriculum focusing on providing memorable lessons and activities aimed at enriching young lives and providing invaluable instructors who will be a positive role model.

About Spirit of Sharing:

Spirit Of Sharing (S.O.S.) is a 501(c) (3) organization dedicated to helping military families in need during the holiday season and throughout the year with emergency assistance. Their hope is to bring the magic and spirit of the holiday season to these families not just in December but all year long.

S.O.S. works to collect donations, including automobile donations and other assets, year round in person, by mail, and online, in order to help active duty military families throughout Southern California.

S.O.S. is 100% volunteer based and has no overhead, 100% of all donations go directly to local military families in need in southern California! For more information please visit, http://www.spiritofsharing.org.

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