Essence Fest: Raise Your Voice Digitally This Year
Jun 30 2020

Essence Fest: Raise Your Voice Digitally This Year

By: Graham Andreae

Essence Festival is still happening, albeit with a few adjustments. The festival is going virtual and featuring a number of new ways to enjoy it. It ran on June 25-28 and will also take place July 2-5 this year, offering a full array of cultural events to enjoy right from the comfort of your own home. The festival will be host to a number of evening concerts by names as big as Bruno Mars, Common, John Legend, and many others, who will be sure to light up the night.

Boost your motivation and healthy lifestyle with the Wellness House, which promotes a path to recovery through meditation, conversations, workouts, and tutorials. This experience has been tailored to improve your mental, physical, spiritual, emotional, and financial well-being. If that doesn't strike you, then check out the Beauty Carnival, which offers a panel and discussion on topics such as top brands, makeup artists, hair stylists, skincare experts, and more. All of these will be there for you to learn how to bring out your flawless beauty.

Wealth and Power is another event that offers strategies and tools to make strides in entrepreneurship, your career, and personal finance. You can also get information on the 2020 candidates, regarding issues that matter to you. Or, for something more for the soul, check out the Get Lifted Gospel Sunday Celebration, which is a Sunday service with famous gospel tunes that you might be familiar with or might want to be introduced to.

Whatever you end up doing, you'll likely find something worth taking part in at Essence Festival this year, even though it has moved to a virtual festival. You can stream it by logging onto whenever you feel like tuning in, July 2-5. You can also visit their site to see any number of articles on subjects like beauty, fashion, hair, and love, among many others. If you're looking for a reprieve and a celebration of entertainment, empowerment, and culture, Essence Fest has got you covered.

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