THE WHOSOEVERS

“THE THREAT TO FORMALIZED RELIGION…I AM”

LOS ANGELES CONFERENCE

SET FOR APRIL 20 AND 21

FREE EVENT TO FEATURE MUSIC, CONVERSATION, ART

AND ACTION SPORTS

What:         THE WHOSOEVERS “THREAT TO FORMALIZED RELIGION…I AM” CONFERENCE.  Live musical performances and engaging forums featuring a group of influential musicians and artists, along with athletes from the freestyle motocross, surf and skate worlds for their second annual free, all ages conference.

When:        Friday, April 20 and Saturday, April 21

Where:       22324 Goldensprings Dr.

Diamond Bar, CA 91765

Who:          

**Just added UFC’s Jake Ellenberger and Mark Munoz

Head, formerly of Korn

Sonny Sandoval (P.O.D.)

Fieldy (Korn)
Ryan Ries (The Whosoevers)

Bethany Hamilton (Pro Surfer)

Lacy Sturm (Flyleaf)

Lance Mountain (Legendary Pro Skateboarder)

Sierra Fellers (Pro Skateboarder)

Brian Deegan (General Metal Mulisha)
Ronnie Faisst (Leader Metal Mulisha)

Josh Harmony (Pro Skateboarder/Musician)

About THE WHOSOEVERS:

Formed by Sonny (P.O.D.) and Ryan Ries in 2008, THE WHOSOEVERS are a worldwide movement leading the way to reflect hope, life, and love in culture.

Starting Fires Worldwide…

Imagine people just like us, that were once left for dead…

Now with hope, life, and love…

Connected through a worldwide movement.

No one has to be alone.

“For God so love the world, that he gave his only begotten son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.”

www.thewhosoevers.com

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