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14 Jun 2014

G-town Jazz on the Ave: Cliveden partners with Bebashi Fundraising for Health Awareness July 12

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June 14, 2014 Category: Entertainment Posted by:

ABOVE PHOTO: Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble

Saturday, July 12 will be an exciting evening off Germantown Avenue as Cliveden and Bebashi host a health awareness festival featuring live jazz music, local food, and arts and craft vendors. Location: 6401 Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144

The partnership of Cliveden and Bebashi creates a multi-dimensional mission to preserve Philadelphia’s historic places, celebrate music, art and culture, and raise awareness of Bebashi’s core initiatives: HIV/ AIDS awareness, breast health, and hunger relief. 

The atmosphere is very relaxed off Germantown Avenue where guests can bring their own chairs or blankets and relax on the beautiful grounds of Cliveden while they listen to local jazz artists perform a tribute to Philadelphia’s rich jazz history. 

Cliveden’s exhibit and museum will be open for free tours. The historic Chew family home tells the stories of struggles for human rights and freedom in America. 

The Arpeggio Jazz Ensemble will headline the festival, along with Mozaic Flow and other Philadelphia jazz artists, and spoken word poet Krissy Mosely of Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church. This event is produced in collaboration with Lifeline Music Coalition, the music producers of the West Oak Lane Jazz & Arts Festival.      

Festival time: Saturday, July 12, 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM. Admission is $20 per adult, $10 per child, please bring cash. Festival gate entrance is on Cliveden Street near Morton Street. For more information visit

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