Join us as we bring live music to the streets of Wynwood, in an effort to raise awareness about the less fortunate that are living on the less-traveled streets of South Florida’s art and entertainment hub, while providing a unique experience for those affected. On the day of the experience, we will meet just blocks away from some of the more popular restaurants and cafés where we will all take a few minutes to introduce ourselves, and the musicians, to know each other better. After spending this time together, we will walk two blocks to the location of the event where we will enjoy cover music and original sounds from local musicians as we pass out community donated items such as hygiene products, clothing, food, and more.
My brother and I are Co-founders of a socially conscious, local, lifestyle brand that is bringing fashion and philanthropy together, named Love Hope. We created Love Hope Music as a sister outreach program to bring awareness to local initiatives by curating unique musical experiences for the individuals affected. Since it's launch in March of 2018, LHM has become a platform for musicians who are first-time performers, as well as band members of grammy-nominated and world-renowned groups who come to use their talent to spread the word about the causes that are important to them, organizations doing great work for those affected in our backyard, and ways the community can help.
Please feel free to share your preference and we will do our best to accommodate.
Love Hope Music sessions take place at locations that fit the session's initiative. This experience is to bring awareness to the less fortunate, living on the streets of Wynwood, so we will be setting up our musicians and donations on the corner of our only stop for the day. Other Love Hope Music session take place in local parks and beaches for clean-ups, as well as a post-secondary center for adults with developmental disabilities.
LHM is meant to create awareness to the causes we perform for in a unique but, most importantly, a courteous way to those affected. Be conscientious that some individuals may not want to be recorded.