Oneness Celebration for World Peace (Zin-Uru)—Sydney, Australia
On the International Day of Peace, also known as Peace Day, people all over the world will take part in various activities and organize events centered on the theme for 2017: “Together for Peace: Respect, Safety and Dignity for All.” This day is devoted to strengthening the ideals of peace, both within and among all nations and peoples.
On Sunday, September 17, the Soulfulness Centre in Sydney, Australia will present a concert in collaboration with local musicians, artists, charitable organisations, communities, and the Love Peace Harmony Foundation.
This concert aligns with the United Nations International Day of Peace to create awareness of the power that each individual brings in creating love, peace, and harmony. With an amazing line-up of performing artists, they will celebrate the power of ONE uniting with MANY to share the frequencies of love, the message of peace, and the action of harmony through music and the arts.
One hundred percent of profits from the door will be distributed equally among three charities, all of which embody the message of love, peace, and harmony for the community and its people.
- Two Good
Two Good are committed to be the national provider of beautiful food and lifestyle products to domestic violence refuges and soup kitchens. To support and empower survivors of domestic violence, they employ women from the refuges they serve and work with other social enterprises. They are dedicated to reducing their impact on the environment by sterilizing and recycling glass jars and have 80% of their lunches delivered on bikes.
- Lighthouse Foundation
Lighthouse Foundation provides homeless young people from backgrounds of long-term neglect and abuse, with a home, a sense of family, and around-the-clock therapeutic care that is individually tailored, trauma informed and proven to work. For over 25 years, Lighthouse has successfully supported over 800 young people to break the cycle of homelessness, move into employment and educational opportunities, and overcome damaging life experiences.
- Phoenix Voices of Youth
Phoenix Voices of Youth brings together young people from some of the many diverse backgrounds that make up multicultural Australia. Through the power of voices united in song, the Phoenix Voices of Youth Choir gives young people, who have come to Australia as refugees or migrants, the chance to show their true identities—strong, creative and talented.
The amazing line up of professional artists donating their time and talent at this event are:
- Brother Brad – soul funk band
- Lou Steer – performance poet with World Premiere 3 poems: Love, Peace, Harmony
- Elsen Price – world music with blessed double bass Alfred
- Darryl and Harmony Lovegrove – award winning father and daughter vocalists
- Deepsea Lights – sultry electronic beats
- Dom Diaz and Band – reggae and Latin vibes
- Andrew Blanch – winner 2016 Melbourne International Guitar Competition
The DREAM is to uplift ALL that is Australia, and in doing so, create a deep conscious shift towards greater global connectedness.