Join us for a night of music and community as we come together to raise funds for the work of Pueblo Unido PDX, a grassroots organization in East Multnomah County. Pueblo Unido's mission is to empower and provide resources to Latinos with vulnerable immigration status.
All proceeds from this event will help pay our clients' legal fees. To make an online donation, visit: gofundme.com/we-stand-with-juans-family.
Unase a nosotros para un noche de musica y comunidad mientras recuadamos fondos para Pueblo Unido PDX, una organización de base en el Condado Este de Multnomah. La mision de Pueblo Unido es empoderar y proveer recursos a latinos con estatus migratorio vulnerable.
Todos los fondos que recibimos ayudarán a pagar los costos legales de nuestros clientes. Para hacer donaciones en línea, viste: gofundme.com/we-stand-with-juans-family.
Indira Valey (Portland, OR) is an avant garde multi-instrumentalist and performance artist who channels powerful songs that reverberate with the voices of her ancestors and speak directly to modern audiences. Her ancient-sounding, resonant voice is a force of nature, and she utilizes looping technology, effects pedals, and a unique palette of instruments (including flugelhorn, timpani, kalimba, electric guitar) to create mesmerizing and memorable live performances that are ever-changing due to her spontaneous improvisational magic.
Sallo (Portland, OR) has become known for its frenetic live performances, commanding the room with a sonic fury usually only attributed to full blown Rock bands. Unabashedly unique and avant garde, Sallo routinely tests the boundaries of traditional songwriting.
DJ Mami Miami is the pseudonym of Emilly Prado, a Chicana writer and DJ based in Portland, Oregon. As the former co-host of Is Butter a Carb? on XRAY.FM, Emilly played a wide range of genres from cumbias and spanish punk rock to hip hop and neo-soul. She is also the co-host of Noche Libre, a multi-genre Latinx dance party, with DJs Suavecito and Lucha. Learn more at emillyprado.com"
— Artwork for sale to benefit Pueblo Unido by Dynamic Form Glass and more TBA.
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