Macy’s has done it again with another great event that was open to the public and great for families. Macy’s is celebrating Asian Pacific American Heritage Month throughout the country at various Macy’s. Last week I attended the event at the Herald Square Macy’s in New York City. So far I’ve attended events celebrating Black History Month, American Icons, Asian Pacific American Heritage Month and all at Macy’s. These events have been well-organized and great for families. It’s such a great opportunity for families to take the time out to talk about different cultures. Macy’s is making it easy for parents to introduce various cultures to their children.
This evening’s event was hosted by local radio station 92.3 FM and their was a special Q&A and performance by the popular Asian group The Far East Movement. I love their song Like a G6. Many people were rocking tot hat song last year. That song is still on my workout playlist. The group is so positive and spoke a highly of their multi-culture fans. They are proud to be the first Asian American group to enter into the BIllboard 100 list. Not only did they perform several songs that evening but they made the performance a story about their life. They talked about working hard, not giving up on your passion, believing in yourself and working together. It was such a powerful performance and made it even more special because there were so many young people int he audience listening to their positive words. So, the next time your teens or little ones what to attend a concert just check your local Macy’s events because you never know who will be performing. In case you’re wondering what the performance was like, check out my team LifeStylez Media’s recap video. It’s hot!!! Hope you feel like you were there.
Have you ever attended an Macy’s events with your family? Do you attend events at your local mall, department stores or book stores? Is it important for you to teach your children about various cultures?
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Far East Movement during their Q&A at Macy’s Herald Square, NYC
Far East Movement performing at Macy’s Herald Square, NYC
Here are some of the events Macy’s has celebrated this year. View their events page for more details, www.Macys.com/events