An art scholarship foundation started by 9-year-old Maya Delgado, the HeARTS of Maya, is taking advantage of Pokemon Go's popularity to raise money for kids and teens interested in the arts.
Addison Circle Park, one of the major D-FW Go hubs, is being taken over on Aug. 28 to host a Pokemon Go music festival. Admission is free, but Pokemon-themed items will be available for purchase, and all proceeds of the festival will go towards the HeARTS of Maya foundation's scholarships.
Food trucks, including the 7-Eleven slurpee truck, will be on hand to quench your thirst and sustain your Pokemon Go energy as you traverse the park and surrounding areas the start of the festival at 5 p.m. to its end at 9 p.m.
Throughout the night, over a dozen musicians provided by Studio 7 will be at the park to provide you some extra background music to go with the sounds from Go as you traverse the park looking for a Dratini (just don't get trampled).