YIC Summer Meltdown 2016

The students of the Yes I Can program experienced their 13th successful year at the annual Summer Meltdown last month. This one-day festival appropriately took place at the end of Autism Awareness Month. It is one of the only festivals in the country that is put on by students with and without disabilities who share […]

Yes I Can: Summer Meltdown 2016

On April 30th, the 13th Annual Yes I Can Summer Meltdown will take place in Santa Clarita. It is a music and arts festival that is put on each year by the kids who attend Canyon High School that are involved in the Yes I Can program for students with and without disabilities. One of […]

Summer Meltdown 2015

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12th Annual Summer Meltdown Arts & Music Festival

April is right around the corner, meaning the sunny SoCal town of Santa Clarita is about to transform their city skate park into a site of music and more, known as the Summer Meltdown Arts & Music Festival – an all-ages effort in generating autism awareness. Thrown by the “Yes I Can” students of Canyon […]

Matisyahu 2014 tour

After his iconic albums Live at Stubb’s in 2005 and Youth in 2006, Matisyahu turned the reggae and alternative rock genre upside down with his amazing voice and unique and captivating persona. His career skyrocketed with non stop radio airplay and numerous awards, placing him at #1 on the Billboard Digital Album category. Matisyahu turned […]

Spring into the 11th annual Summer Meltdown April 26, 2014

The city of Santa Clarita is once again transforming their sleepy, Southern California town into a reggae extravaganza for its 11th Annual Autism Awareness, Art, and Music Festival – known simply as the Summer Meltdown! The festival took roots from Canyon High School's “Yes I Can” student program and alumni, who, eleven years ago, came […]