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Festival of Hope Sunday September 24th 12pm-9pm

Two bands that tour the nation, an award winning jazz artist and great music all day!
The event is FREE to the public. The only thing we ask is that guest donate a non-perishable food item, school supplies for students and teachers, art supplies or a band instrument OR if you are in need, pick up items that can help you through this difficult time.

HOUSTON, TX (September 6, 2017) – The National Hispanic Professional Organization, Katy Rocks, the Katy Contemporary Art Museum, Listo Translating, Bullrito’s Katy, The Amobi Okoye Foundation’s Tackle Hunger program, Clothed by Faith, LaCenterra and the Willow Fork Drainage District have joined together to create a fundraiser for Katy students, teachers and residents that are victim’s of hurricane Harvey.
On Sunday September 24th, please join us for a day of live music. Booths will be set up to accept items to donate and also for those who are in need of school supplies and food.

Live Music Lineup:
-12pm-1:30pm- Kist by Grace- Christian Rock Band – WFDD Central Green stage
-1:00pm-3:00pm- Silvertouch- Classic Rock- LaCenterra stage
- 1:30pm-2:00pm- Jason V. Chapman- Country Artist- WFDD Central Green side stage
- 2:00pm-4:00pm- Smokestack Sons- Live Acoustic Guitar Duo- WFDD Central Green side stage
- 4:00pm- 5:00pm- Sydney Bryant- Contemporary Rock- WFDD Central Green side stage
- 5:00pm-7pm- Preston Smith- Grammy winning Jazz Artist- LaCenterra stage
- 7pm-9pm- Cooper Wade- Country Artist- WFDD Central Green stage
The Amobi Okoye Foundation 501 (c)(3) will accept and distribute all food donations
Katy Rocks 501 (c)(3) will accept and distribute all instrument donations
The National Hispanic Professional Organization Katy will accept and distribute all school supplies.
Clothed by Faith 501(c) will accept and distribute all clothing donations
Katy Contemporary Arts Museum 501(c)(3) will accept and distribute all art supply donations

The Festival of Hope will take place in LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch 23501 Cinco Ranch Blvd., Katy, TX 77494. Phone:281-395-5533.

Donations are being accepted prior to the Festival of Hope at:
Listo Translating Services and More- 830 S. Mason Road, Ste B2-A, Katy, TX 77450 832-592-9264
Bullritos – 24441 Katy Fwy #500 Katy, TX 77494 281-394-2557
ECO2 Office- 403 W. Grand Pkwy South, Ste F Katy, TX 77494
North American Title – see Claudia Huerta 1575 West Grand Pkwy South Ste 100 Katy, TX 77494
Willow Fork Drainage District’s Central Green is a half-acre multipurpose public venue that includes an outdoor stage, large trees and ample outdoor seating. Nestled in LaCenterra at Cinco Ranch, the space is further enhanced with a variety of distinctive shops and restaurants surrounding the property.
To learn more about Willow Fork Drainage District and its contribution to Central Green, visit Willow Fork Drainage District’s homepage at For a detailed map of Central Green and its location at LaCenterra, visit; and for the latest happenings at Central Green, follow Central Green on Facebook or visit
If you would like more information, contact Willow Fork Drainage District Park General Manager Yvonne Arceneaux at