On Friday, September 8th P4P celebrates their 15 year anniversary in Japan at Contact Tokyo, with an impeccable talent lineup that includes artists as Lauren Ritter (Resolute/All Day I Dream), Justin Marchacos (Cityfox/Ebb & Flow), Jay Zimmerman (Deep&TECH/Block.FM/Red Melon) Matsunami (TRI-BUTE/EXPECTED/KOMA) and Stefano Lotti (Equilibrium Lab). This is an event not to be missed!
A trailblazer when it comes to current approaches to music festivals, P4P has positioned itself as a non-profit event production and fundraising organization, hosting music and art events to support various global initiatives focused on education, sustainability, equality, and disaster relief.
P4P Founder, Emilie McGlone, has made it her purpose to use music events to spread insight on environmental awareness, human rights, and global sustainability, and to change and challenge the very way we look at and experience music festivals. Connecting people through music, creating environments whereby intellectual ingenuity and artistic creativity can safely come together to create a path to a peaceful world.
“Emilie McGlone’s long-standing commitment to using music as a tool to initiate social change is admirable, and this is what inspires me to play for her. Whether it’s in New York, Tokyo, Chile, or on the peace boat, she’s constantly exploring new ways to bridge musical cultures, and I’m thrilled to have been invited to celebrate this milestone anniversary with her.” Lauren Ritter
“I am beyond excited to play for Parties4Peace in Tokyo! This is an organization that is making a real, measurable difference around the world. Issues like sustainability, equality, education, and protecting the oceans are extremely important to me personally, and it is a pleasure to be involved and share my music with people who dedicate their lives to these types of causes.” Justin Marchacos