I.E. Live Group hosts ‘Market Nite’ to unify the city - June 12, 2021
Here is the recap and press release of our first monthly I.E. Live Market Nite event from last Saturday! Thank you to all who came to enjoy and support the event! We look forward to many more. Be on the lookout for future I.E. Live Market Nite events!
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I.E. Live Group hosts ‘Market Nite’ to unify the city I.E. Live Group hosted a ‘Market Nite’ on Saturday, June 12. Hundreds of Inland Empire residents came out to shop with local vendors, meet city officials and enjoy live performances from local artists. In addition, local organizations gave out information on their missions and services. It was a great day for networking and community building within the city. The event was sponsored by Westside Newspaper, Provisional Educational Services, Inc., Sweet Embrace and JYT Graphics. The ‘Market Nite’ was nestled in the heart of Muscoy, an unincorporated part of San Bernardino County. I.E. Live Group will be hosting this event every other month, which will include a mix of live concerts featuring I.E.'s up-and-coming artists, bands, choirs, and comedians. It will also be a platform for officials to speak to the community. Dwaine Radden Sr. intended for the ‘Market Nite’ to unify the city. Regarding its conception, Radden said, “I was inspired to put on this event after attending a market ‘pop up’ a few weeks earlier. My wife and I always seek to support young adults and their new businesses, especially as a way to help drive the economy forward as the pandemic comes to an end. My daughter and sons are new business owners, and I wanted to host something where young adults similar to them could sell their products, showcase their talents, and network with the community.” The local organizations involved in the ‘Market Nite’ included Young Visionaries, Job Corp, 99.1 KGGI, iHeartradio radio, PAL Charter Academy, Project Fighting Chance, San Bernardino City Unified School District, Dalton's Kitchen, Sweet Embrace Music, Westside Kinship Support Services, J.E.T.M.A.C. Inc., The Fighting Lady, Ecclesia Christian Fellowship, PAL Center Upward Bound Program. The event also gave local artists a chance to showcase their talents to the city. These artists included headliner Dre Lamonte, Cornell Wallace, Latrice Kristine, Kam Brantley, and Tony Cody. Leon Hawley was the audio engineer for the event and he operates Sweet Embrace Studios in Downtown San Bernardino. For more information on his services, you can reach him by email: firstname.lastname@example.org For more information and to reserve your space for the next event, contact I.E. Live Group at email@example.com or by phone at 909-566-3339.