Photo Gallery: Raise Your Voice Music & Arts Festival staged in Monessen
The third annual Raise Your Voice Music and Arts Festival was staged Saturday at Monessen City Park.
The day-long festival featured such local musicians as Michael Christopher, Hey Compadre, Sarah Barger, Wind & Waves, Fiveunder, Gregg Johnson, Chicos Del Muertos, and Jonathan Bass.
The festival was presented by the Raise Your Voice Campaign and Monessen Communities That Care.
In addition to local sponsors, the festival was supported by the City of Monessen and the California University of Pennsylvania music department.
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