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Tickets On Sale Now: 'Bridge to Hope' All-Day Music Festival to Feature Top Artists, Gourmet Food, Art Show, Saturday, September 26th at Fort Mason's Great Meadow
Date:8/21/2009

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 21 /PRNewswire/ -- San Francisco's iconic Golden Gate Bridge is the perfect scenic backdrop for the first annual "Bridge to Hope," an all-day music festival set to be held Saturday, September 26th at San Francisco's famous Fort Mason on the Great Meadow from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. The event will also include an art show featuring many of the Bay area's best local artisans, and a selection of gourmet fare from a number of the city's favorite eateries.

A "Bridge to Hope" will feature a stellar line-up of top artists from a variety of musical genres including R&B, jazz, gospel and blues. R&B icon Charlie Wilson, former lead singer of the crowd-pleasing, funkadelic Gap Band, will headline the concert along with multi Grammy-nominated R&B superstar Brian McKnight, urban jazz saxophone greats Gerald Albright and Kirk Whalum (performing their "Sax for Stax" show), A Taste of Honey featuring Janice-Marie, and 70s disco-diva Maxine Nightingale. Blues singer Zakiya Hooker (daughter of the legendary John Lee Hooker), Saint Gabriel's Celestial Brass Band and Orquesta D'Soul are also set to perform. The 50 member Oakland Interfaith Gospel Choir will open the concert, getting the festivities off to a rousing start.

Lazarex Cancer Foundation, a Danville-based California non-profit organization, is presenting the concert to raise funds as well as awareness in their quest to change the face of cancer. Lazarex is dedicated to providing financial assistance to defray the costs associated with participation in FDA approved clinical trials for end stage cancer patients who have exhausted all other treatment options. The foundation also helps patients navigate their clinical trial options, and offers community education and outreach services.

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