by Houston Cypress,
Coordination Circle, Love the Everglades Movement.
Opportunities for participation include:
Environmental Art Exhibition
On Saturday, May 10, 2014 Ploppy Palace Productions and The Miccosukee Tribe will be hosting a concert to raise awareness and funds for Everglades protection and public education. As part of this three stage extravaganza, some of South Florida's top bands, spoken word artists and community activists will join together to raise awareness for this vital natural resource.
There will be musical performances by Boxelder, Afrobeta, Sweetbone, Franklin's Wheel, Aaron Lebos Reality, Nature's Fury, Teri Catlin, Super Fuzz, Cog Noman, Nag Champayons present the Prolific Minimalists, Kuyayky, The Osceola Brothers Band, Mr. Grim Reapa, Orion, Val C. Wisecracker, Grant Livingston, Anthony Nelson and more.
Spoken word by Alonso, Oscar Fuentes, Rebecca "Butterfly" Vaughns and more.
Dance and performance by Elviza's Rockabelly Hippies, Feiruz Asaad, Melody Gedeon and more.
Live art by Eva Ruiz, Anibal Fernandez, Linx and more.
Face painting by Them There Eyes.
Community speakers include FL State Senator Dwight Bullard, South Miami City Mayor Phil Stoddard, Houston Cypress from Love The Everglades Movement, Laura Reynolds - Executive Director for Tropical Audubon Society, Matt Schwartz - Executive Director for South Florida Wildlands Association and other concerned citizens.
In addition there will be an Environmental Art Exhibition featuring a selection of distinctive artists including Kiro Fox Ace, Eva Ruiz, Peter Barreda, Margrit-Rose People, Abdiel Acosta, Anibal Fernandez, Jean Sarmiento, Lauranda Hook, Rei Ramirez, Wesley Geometry, Mike Jones, Aeric Moskowitz, Jorge Muriel, Flex Maslan, Mike Matthews, Jake Cordero, Alissa Christine, Brian Call,
Chia Ortegon, Stephanie McMillian and more.
One of the reasons why this is an Environmental Art Exhibition, rather than an Everglades Art Exhibition is because we want to reach out to more people and see how they connect with the environment, ecology and nature in general. Many people do not get to experience the Everglades and their relationship to the region is limited, yet everyone should have some sort of environmental awareness and some understanding of what it means to have clean air, clean water and an area that is pollution free. We want to reach out to more people and share environmental consciousness - and that happens many ways.
DONATE NOW: http://www.gofundme.com/EVGConcert7
Currently, the Everglades is one of the most threatened natural habitat in the western hemisphere. Residential development, water management and agricultural use have shifted natural water patterns and have altered the vitality of the ecosystem. With an alarming number of people moving into South Florida every year, we need to come together and help to protect the Everglades for our survival.
There will be information booths from Love The Everglades Movement, Tropical Audubon Society, Legalizepot.us (voter registration) and other organizations.
In addition there will be vendors and small businesses promoting and selling their merchandise, including The Wallflower Gallery, the Moksha Boutique, Lotus in Hand and others.
The 7th Annual Everglades Awareness Benefit Concert at 7th Circuit Productions is sponsored by Ploppy Palace Productions and The Miccosukee Tribe.
7th Annual Everglades Awareness Benefit Concert
Saturday, May 10, 2014
6:00 p.m. – 3:00 a.m.
7th Circuit Productions
228 N.E. 59th Street
Miami, FL 33137
This is an all ages event
Admission is $ 10.
DISCOUNT ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE
** Sponsorship and vending opportunities are still available.**
Donate here: http://www.gofundme.com/EVGConcert7
For more information, please check out www.ploppypalace.com or e-mail Ploppy Palace Productions at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 305-579-0069.
We're excited to partner with Ploppy Palace Productions and the inimitable Funkfinder/Activist/Community Organizer, Flash, in support of that event that he's fostered over many years: the Everglades Benefit Concert.
Stay tuned for more info...
-- Houston R. Cypress, Coordination Circle
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