PeteFest Music Festival Poster Art Contest Winner Unveiling at The Frazier History Museum

Published: Mon Feb 19 2018


The Pete Foundation for Depression Prevention announced today the celebration of its inaugural event celebrating mental wellness for our youth. A poster art competition has been created, open to students in grades 5 through 12. The winning entry will be used to create the annual poster for PeteFest Music Festival held the weekend after Labor Day each year.

The unveiling of the poster art will happen at The Frazier Museum on Sunday, February 25, 2018 in a casual reception open to all from 3:00 to 5:00pm, with live music by Madison Lewis, a favorite performing artist from Discover Sunday 2017. PeteFest is by all measures Louisville's most beautiful and joyful music festival; located on a 90-acre nature preserve and with a mission of eliminating the stigma surrounding mental illness, and fostering an understanding of a healthy lifestyle for mental wellness in adolescence.

At every opportunity, The Pete Foundation looks to engage the youth in our community in ending this stigma and promoting an environment of mental wellness. Giving students the opportunity to create the inspirational art for the Music Festival poster is one such opportunity and a conversation starter.

In addition to the generous support of The Frazier History Museum, we are also pleased to announce that a local favorite, Bristol Bar & Grille, is lending its support to this worthy effort. Bristol Bar & Grille Downtown will donate 10% of its Sunday dining sales to The Pete Foundation. So, come out to The Frazier History Museum, enjoy student art, live music by Madison Lewis, an accomplished Kentucky vocal artist, and then enjoy dinner at The Bristol Bar & Grille " Downtown.

More information is available at www.thepetefoundation.org and www.petefest.com.

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Festival Contact: Michelle Jones
michelle@thepetefoundation.org 502-741-5769

Media Contact: Gary Gerdemann
gary@runswitchpr.com 502-291-8557

PeteFest Music Festival Poster Art Contest Winner Unveiling at The Frazier History Museum

PeteFest to Celebrate Life and Promote Mental Health Awareness for The Pete Foundation for Depression Prevention
Contact Name: Gary Gerdemann
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