July 29, 2014 user

Music festival vibe comes to the Hamptons courtesy of VH1

On Friday, July 25, 2014, the Hamptons came alive with a music festival vibe at the VH1 Save the Music Foundation’s exclusive event, raising money for music education programs in public schools.

The event was the first of its kind for the nonprofit organization which helps to restore music-education programs in the nation’s public schools.

Held in at a glamorous private residence, the summer celebration honored individuals who personify the spirit of music in their respective fields. Honorees included Charlie Walk, Executive Vice President of Republic Records, Linda Perry, Singer/ Songwriter/ Producer, Bozoma Saint John, SVP, Head of Global Marketing at Beats Music and Nathan Cohen, Grace A. Dunn Middle School Music Teacher.

Rosanna Scotto, John Skyes, Charlie Walk and Julie Macklowe ©BFA

Rosanna Scotto, John Skyes, Charlie Walk and Julie Macklowe ©BFA

The evening combined high-energy musical performances with a twist of laid-back, casual luxury – brought to life through the evening’s unique décor, sponsored experiences and live music.

Performances throughout the night included Grace A. Dunn Middle School, a 2012 grant recipient from Trenton, NJ, DJ Theory, Singer-Songwriter James Bay and VH1 Save The Music Alumni Ambassador, Ingrid Michaelson.

Guests explored, interacted and enjoyed a variety of experiences from sponsors including Avnet, William Hill Estate Wines, Marimekko, Raymond Weil, Alex and Ani, vbeauté, Tequila Don Julio, Corona Extra/Corona Light, Henri Bendel, Hamptons Magazine and VOSS Artesian Water from Norway.

For more information about VH1 Save The Music Foundation, please click here.

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