Sounds Like: Tre'Von, Chris Brown, Tyrese Gibson
Manager: Tracey Waters
Bio: Upcoming singer/actor. Born on July 14, 1996 in Kilmarnock, VA . Tre'Von Waters is ready to pave his way to music superstardom with his rich vocal ability and humble demeanor. Tre'Von was raised in Lancaster, VA; it was there were he would begin cultivating his gift and talents. Waters begin sing... See Full BioMore Info
Teen Nation Tour Music Fest 2013 explodes at the Montgomery County Coliseum on August 31 with 18 award winning Teen recording artist that will ignite the fans with an all day event concert. Winona , Ms fans asked for them and thy are back by demands from the fans Dalton Cyr from Florida blew the crowd away with his heart stopping performance along with Drew Logan who rocked the country on tour 2012 . Recording artist from around the United States will blow the roof when artist unite for one huge music fest. Featuring new to the tour Katie Steel,Tyler Mantl, Katie, Akin, Dakota, South Six 5, Maddie Kae, Nic Neufeld, Kristina Lachaga, Kirsten Sowers, Celeste Turner, Tori Dee, Nick Merico, Nick Aquilino, RebelMann, Tre'Von, and Lucas Ciliberti This music fest is a stop on the Teen Nation Tour No Bully school tour that is traveling to schools around the United States with free presentations to schools thru music and public speaking. Come out and join the tour for a day of explosive music from these recording artist and actors in television. There will be a surprise waiting for all that attend this event with a special guest. Who could it be?
RADIO INTERVIEW REPNVA is a radio talk show hosted and produced by Kizzi. REPNVA Is A "Worldwide Station That Directly Touches The People" REPNVA would be dedicated to serving young people and adults who aspire to become recording artist, business owners, or just successful in any field of their choosing and who wish to work on attaining their dreams. 1) To give youth and adults a chance to have their voice heard thru radio and promotions 2) To give youth and adults performing and non-performing in the community the opportunity to be recognized for their talents and to put them to good use.
RADIO INTERVIEW Radio Show: I am Indie Radio www.iamindieradio.com Listen Live! Interviewers: Terri Sly, J.Mason & Reemo Special Guest: Tre'Von
It's vintage Americana, it's fun for the whole family, and it's less than an hour's drive away! Don't miss the annual Tappahannock RivahFest, celebrated the third Saturday of June. The event is truly a community creation, involving more than 500 volunteers and sponsorship by organizations ranging from health facilities and insurance companies to auto repair businesses and law firms. Attracting 12,000 visitors last year and anticipating 14,000 this weekend, the RivahFest offers every element of a classic, small-town, summer festival. You've got your contests. Competition will include a catfish fishing contest for men, women and children in categories--including "smallest catch"--with exciting monetary prizes--$100 for the largest fish in the children's contest. Participants can fish either from the banks or from their boats. In addition, last year's sensation, the "hole-in-one" contest, will be featured again this year; golfers will vie for prizes as they hit their balls toward targets floating on the river. The younger folks might opt to test their talents at the miniature golf course nearby. The local fire department, which will open the festivities with a parade through town on Friday evening, will crown a winner in the Miss Flame competition on Saturday morning. And, in the afternoon, 10 finalists, aged 12 to 18, will be competing in the "RivahFest Idol" singing contest for the opportunity to perform on the main stage and receive the $500 prize. You've got your children's activities. The Fest will feature a number of inflatable play-scapes, including Camelot Castle, a moon-bounce/slide combo; the Monkey Motion Extreme, a trampoline/bungee-cord experience; and the Iron Man Challenge obstacle course with 85 feet of tubes, walls, tunnels and slides--as well as a smaller version called Wacky World for the younger kids. Youngsters can also test their skills in scaling a 28-foot rock-climbing wall. In addition, many children's favorites will be on site, including face painting, balloon creations, sand art, and, in a uniquely Tappahannock event, kids can cheer on their favorites at the Crab Race tracks throughout the day. You've got your displays and wares for sale. An antique and arts section will feature the works of more than 100 artisans and vendors. Dads may especially appreciate the boat and watercraft display and exhibits of antique cars and tractors. Merchant's Market will feature displays of local businesses, non-profits and community organizations. You've got your eats and entertainment. The Taste of Tappahannock section will feature festival foods such as cotton candy, funnel cakes, corn dogs and soft-serve ice cream, as well as specialties of local eateries. This year's main-stage performers will be Carriage House Band, Cedar Creek and Showtyme Band. St. John's Choral Concerts will be featured at their air conditioned church on Duke Street; and the Eastern Virginia Christian Music Association will bring Gospel featuring six different acts to St. Margaret's campus second stage. In addition, visitors can learn the lay of the land of Tappahannock through two venues. The Treasures of Tappahannock walking tour will highlight historical and architectural features of the area. "This will be a wholesome, quality, fun-filled day for families," said RivahFest spokes-person Hank Verinder. "So many of the activities are free, and parents will have a chance to relive some of their own childhood memories." Collette Caprara is a local artist and freelance writer for the Fredericksburg Free Lance Star.
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