The 2020 La La lineup will feature a combination of live streams and pre-recorded videos from musical artists such as host Beth McKee; Hannah Harber; Terri Binion; E-Turn; Cat Ridgeway; Rachel Decker; Shema Shine; and more. There will also be comedy, spoken word and visual art woven in.
The New Standard will create and serve locally sourced special brunch and dinner menu items that viewers can order as delivery or pick-up to enjoy during the festival:
Proceeds from the event will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida.
Swamp Sistas La La Hope From Home: Virtual Brunch and Festival will stream for free on the Swamp Sistas Facebook page at Facebook.com/SwampSistas.
Love local music? Like helping out local families in need? Then you’ll want to check out the Swamp Sistas annual “La La” event, which will go online for 2020.
On May 16, the Swamp Sistas La La Hope From Home: Virtual Brunch and Festival will be held via Facebook Live from 11am to 7pm.
The 28th annual Orlando Fringe Festival returns May 14th-27th to Orlando’s Ivanhoe Village and Loch Haven Park, with a wealth of artistic endeavors, music, and more.
What is the Fringe? It is a 14-day arts festival that is founded on the concept of being 100% unjuried, uncensored, and accessible.
If you love great food and great music for a great cause, you won’t want to miss the Swamp Sistas La La Charity Brunch on March 24, at the Blue Bamboo Center for the Arts in Winter Park.