From the Event Page:
“Urban Voices Project invites you to its 4th annual Coffeehouse on Saturday, May 4th, from 3 to 5 p.m. at the Skid Row History Museum and Archive.
Join musicians and performance artists from the Skid Row neighborhood in Downtown Los Angeles to celebrate the culmination of a professional performance workshop as they perform with a live band.
Get ready to feel all the feels and be in awe of the strength and beauty of the human spirit.
Check out this recent testimonial: ‘[The UVP] choir sang, warmed our hearts with your personal stories and brought tears to my eyes. The choir is the light that brought the members out of darkness. Love and a sense of community and purpose transformed the members. Homelessness is about real people having fallen into bad times. Through music your group will change people's view of homelessness. Thank you.’“
Saturday, May 4
Skid Row History Museum & Archive
250 S Broadway
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Doors open- 2:30pm
The event is free; UVP welcomes a $20 donation.
The reception will be featuring community partners including Skid Row Coffee, Studio 526 and Piece By Piece — to be held after the concert for all attendees.