Atlanta College Students Collaborate to Create 2nd Annual Spring Music Festival

Black Student Alliance and the Music & Entertainment Industry Student Association at Georgia State University, will collaborate to host its 2nd annual spring music festival titled, “The Leak Music Festival: A Tale of Many Sounds,” scheduled to present Friday, April 9th, 2010 at 5:00 p.m. in Hurt Park, 100 Edgewood Ave. SE, Atlanta, GA 30303.

Atlanta, GA, April 05, 2010 --( The Leak Music Festival or The Leak first debuted in the spring of 2009 with the purpose to showcase fresh, new, artistic and musical talents of rising artists and bands from various genres including, but not limited to: neo-soul, hip-hop, R&B, rock, rap, Latin, and jazz. Some featured artists of 2009 included: Rock City of Konvict Musik/Interscope, Verse of Darkchild Records/Interscope, and underground artists as Stanza (106 and Park Wild Out Wednesday Champion) and Jimi Cravity, and many other extraordinary artists demanding the attention of the industry.

Each year, The Leak aims to present previously featured as well as new artistic talent. The Leak also serves as an environment for local vendors, companies, and organizations to promote their businesses by the distribution of food, clothing, promotional materials, and memorabilia.

The second installment of this electrifying music event will showcase 15 artist and band performances. The Leak is a totally free event, and all are welcome. Professionals in search for new and exciting talent, individuals seeking to build their network, and anyone that can appreciate new and exhilarating music are encouraged to attend. The Leak is currently expected to attract an attendance of 600+ college students and professionals, and this year will definitely create an invigorating and enhanced experience shared and remembered by all those involved.


Black Student Alliance (BSA) is an organization designed to holistically uplift the African American community of Georgia State University. BSA plans events in an attempt to serve as a voice for the student body at Georgia State University and to act as a link between black organizations on the Georgia State University campus and in the Atlanta community.

The Music & Entertainment Industry Student Association (MEISA) is designed to advance students’ knowledge, experience, and skills, in furtherance of career goals in the music industry.

MEISA also seeks to interact with students nationally and locally who are participating in music industry education programs at other colleges and universities.
Music and Entertainmeent Industry Student Association at Georgia State University
Chevon Hines
Corporate Affairs Director