We Are One Music & Arts Festival (WAO) is excited to expand in the Houston area by spotlighting local artists and bringing awareness to 3 local charities. The highly anticipated festival announced a new line up over the summer. WAO is proud to partner with nonprofit organizations such as the Multicultural Education and Counseling Through The Arts (MECA), the Montrose Center and the Southern Smoke Foundation. The two-day festival is being held at Eleanor Tinsley Park on November 12th & 13th.

“We wanted to produce a lineup that really resonated with Houstonians,” said Moe Haseeb, WAO President and CEO. “This city is our home, and we’re thrilled to bring this fresh experience to the city so that Houstonians can embrace the creativity, originality and ingenuity these talented artists have to offer.”

Headliners will include stars such as Alison Wonderland, DaBaby, Gucci Mane, Martin Garrix, and Tiesto, among many others. There will also be a set dedicated to some of Houston’s legends such as Slim Thug, Z-Ro, Paul Wall, Lil Keke, & Lil Flip.

WAO festival will provide a place where the community can come together to enjoy a diverse line up consisting of various musical genres and local Houston talent. Activations and performances from local groups and artists will be featured as well, including, Amber Slaughter, we3r3on3, Nicky Davis, Raychel Harvey, Dandee Warhol, and Monica Melgar. The setup will include three stages, where guests will witness a full schedule of performances throughout Saturday and Sunday. Food and drinks will also be available with an array of food trucks and local vendors around the park.

We Are One Music & Arts Festival is working closely with the City of Houston to assure safety for everyone in attendance. In addition to We Are One’s highly trained and experienced team, local law enforcement and certified EMTs will be on-site throughout the festival and each of the three stages will have a dedicated medical tent.

“The health and safety of our guests is our top priority,” said Haseeb. “We can’t wait to welcome attendees to a safe and joyous environment where they can experience the beauty of art through a variety of cultures and avenues, and genuinely come together as one.”

Tickets are currently available at waomusicfest.com. The festival is a family-friendly event, but guests must be 21+ to consume alcohol at the event. Information for vendors and sponsors looking to participate or community members looking to volunteer is also available online.

About We Are One Music & Arts Festival:

Based in Houston, Texas, We Are One is a two-day music and arts festival celebrating community, diversity and respect for one another under a vivid display of sights and sounds. The multi-genres music and arts festival hosts world-class musicians as well as local creators and groups for attendees to experience a wide variety of cultures through art. We Are One’s mission is to create a space for the community to freely express themselves and enjoy an array of musical and artistic talent. For more information on We Are One Music & Arts Festival, visit www.waomusicfest.com. Follow them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter and TikTok.

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J.Renae is an on-air personality correspondent, writer & producer, a Voice Actress, Journalist, Creator & Creative Designer of for HoustonTREND Mag and her own show the Talk With Me Podcast. J.Renae has her Bachelor's Degree in Mass Communication, concentration in Media Studies with a minor in Theatre from Texas A&M University- Corpus Christi, masters degree, with honors, in Professional Communication & Digital Media from Texas Southern University located in Houston,TX and Harvard in Persuasive Writing & Public Speaking. In addition to creating films, shows, voice acting, interactive graphics ; she occasionally enjoys photography, contemporary & abstract art in local galleries.

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