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The ‘Health, Love & Music Festival: A Tribute to Stevie Wonder’ will raise money for a non-profit serving underprivileged girls

Lacey Holmes
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Detroit’s newest summer festival will honor one of Motown’s greats.

The inaugural “Health, Love & Music Festival: A Tribute to Stevie Wonder” is slated for Saturday, July 22 on the College for Creative Studies campus from 1-7 p.m. It will include a live performance from R&B singer Alise King, food trucks, a gospel choir competition, a double-dutch competition, health demonstrations, and a youth summit on curbing violence among Detroit youth.

The festival is being spearheaded by Wonder’s first cousin Sharon DuMas, and will raise money for her Full & Fabulous Curvy Girl Project, which offers personal development and positive body image resources to young plus-size women.