Nashville Church of Scientology Welcomes Community to World Health Day Concert

Nashville Church of Scientology to host drug prevention concert for World Health Day

The Jive Aces promote drug-free living at their concerts and rallies and to fans.

To raise awareness of the dangerous effects of drugs and enable young people to make informed choices to live drug-free, the Tennessee chapter of the Foundation for a Drug-Free World—Drug-Free Tennessee (DFT)—is planning a World Health Day concert. They will have plenty of educational materials to hand for anyone wanting more information on the topic. Organizers say they are also planning to invite community members who have information to share on other aspects of healthy living.

The concert will be headlined by the Jive Aces, UK's No. 1 jive and swing band. The group has been together for nearly two decades, performing at thousands of festivals, theaters and events throughout the UK, Europe, USA, Japan, Israel, South Africa, Morocco and the Caribbean—30 countries in all. They are renowned for their high-energy Jump Jive music (the exciting sound where swing meets rock & roll), their popular YouTube video of the song “Bring Me Sunshine” and their spectacular stage show.

The Jives are passionate drug-education proponents. They team up with the Foundation for a Drug-Free World at concerts and street events to promote drug-free living .

The Foundation for a Drug-Free World is one of the humanitarian programs supported by Scientologists and the Church of Scientology. In his research, Scientology Founder L. Ron Hubbard found that “the single most destructive element present in our current culture is drugs.”

Source: The Foundation for a Drug-Free World

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