Briclyn Entertainment's Project Hygiene initiative had a launch concert in New York City earlier this year, and now the movement is making its way to Washington, DC. Project Hygiene will be spreading their anti-bullying message through music at the Howard Theatre on Sunday, September 22nd. Performers include SoulBounce fave Aaron Camper who's fresh off of touring with Justin Timberlake as a member of the Tennessee Kids, Honor Society, Ben O'Neill, Marlee In The Mixx and Holly Would. Not only will this diverse group of artists be on hand to entertain, but Project Hygiene's goal is to collect over 10,000 toiletry products from those in attendance to donate to underprivileged youth who are in need. Make plans to be at the Howard Theatre for this night of giving back by purchasing tickets now at the box office or online. Briclyn Entertainment have also been kind enough to give us a pair of tickets to give away to this special show, so enter after the bounce to win.
To enter the SoulBounce/Briclyn Entertainment Project Hygiene Concert Ticket Giveaway: