In the Lone Star state of Texas, Poly New Sound Productions throws their November concert to benefit Grace for Children, a charity that helps children receive the essential tools for learning and education. This charity has helped many Pacific Islander kids in the local communities specifically in Euless, TX, which is a suburb outside of Dallas. The concert will be on November 18th at BigShots Cafe in Bedford, TX and all proceeds will go to Grace for Children.
The line-up of independent Urban Island artists consists of southern California’s Reggae bands Kontiki and Local Culture. The featured local indie acts include Samu, Si’i Vakalahi, and San Francisco bay area’s Kingi and Pistallion with The WhatItDo’s host Ena Da MC on the mic to host the event. It’s a 21 and over affair and the show starts at 9pm. Pre-sale tickets are $20 and $25 at the door. Supporting a worthy cause that supports your local communities and especially the children is definitely WhatItDo!
*article photo courtesy of Poly New Sound
*YouTube video courtesy of jaycen29