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3rd Annual GIVE Event with Krochet Kids + TOMS Shoes

Last Saturday, August 13th, Active partnered up with Krochet Kids and TOMS Shoes to host the 3rd annual GIVE Event at the Irvine Spectrum Center. TOMS brought out over 30 artists who were on hand to lend their artistic talent to customize TOMS shoes, while the Korchet Kids, in support of their ‘We are the Future of Change‘ campaign, had games like plinko, ring toss, goldfish, and more to raise awareness and collect change for the women and children in Uganda.   The music line-up was awesome with bands Levanter, Los Coyotes, The Alla-Las, Kiven, and the Pawnshop Kings, plus DJ Mike Robles.  Thanks to everyone who made it out to the event!  And to those of you who didn’t – we hope to see you next year!  Check out the video below for a look at this year’s GIVE Event.

A big thanks to Vestal and Keep A Breast for coming out as well!

Our friends at Sounds Like A Movement put together a Podcast of the event with interviews, music, and more. Check it out – here.

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The GIVE Event with TOMS Shoes + Krochet Kids

This year we are teaming up with Krochet Kids International and TOMS Shoes to host the 3rd annual GIVE Event at the Irvine Spectrum.  The event will feature TOMS Style Your Sole artists, Krochet Kids “tie-dye your tee or tank” booth, music, live art and more. See you there!

Check out the Facebook event page for more details, and to RSVP!

Music Line Up:

:: Levanter
:: Los Coyotes
:: The Allah-Las
:: Kiven
:: The Pawnshop Kings

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Check out photos and video from last year’s GIVE Event, here.

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Give it UP!

 We had a good ol’ time under the large Ferris Wheel at the Irvine Spectrum. This was the site of the Give event featuring Toms shoes and Krochet kids gear getting customized by radical artists and listen to some sweet sounds. Active played host, but it was a team effort from all of the involved parties, especially the Marketing gals at the Spectrum, Stacie and Janet.

 Big shouts go to all the artist, volutneers, Digital Sound Production Services, Eddie @ Wahoo’s for the grub and the bands, including Dustin Kensrue, fomally of Thrice,  who absolutely brought down the house. He played Springsteen!

 Lastly, a massive thanks to all who came out to purchase Toms and Krochet Kids gear. You all help raise tons of money for future Toms shoegiving efforts in third world countries and put clothes on the needy in Africa through Krochet kids. Don’t miss the next one at the Riverside Active featuring amazing tattoo artist!!

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