If you're looking for plans this Halloween weekend, consider your search over. THIS SATURDAY (10/29), we will be hosting "A 'BLUE 'n GREEN' HALLOWEEN: A Live Music Costume Party" at the WitZend in Venice. The event will begin at 7:30pm and will be another memorable gathering of music--this time, with a costume twist.
Be sure to invite your friends, and grab pre-sale TICKETS now through this link, since space is limited:
The awesome line-up includes:
- Jacob Luttrell (featured 45 min set)
- Dawn Mitschele
- Keaton Simons
- Jesse Thomas
- Josh Damigo
- One Two (Skyler Stonestreet & Jeremy Silver)
- Sarah Beckman (Bess)
- Jay Ollero
- Kris Orlowski
and other special guests
The line-up includes a special featured set by our friend, Jacob Luttrell, to celebrate his big year writing #1 hit song "Tonight I'm Loving You" by Enrique Iglesias.
All proceeds from the event will be going to support "Axis of Justice", a nonprofit organization formed by Tom Morello (Rage Against the Machine) & Serj Tankian (System of a Down) that has been working in solidarity with Occupy Wall Street, Occupy Los Angeles, and other social justice movements worldwide.
EVENT: A "Blue 'n Green" Halloween: A Live Music Celebration in Costume
DATE: Oct. 29th (THIS SAT.)
VENUE: WitZend (Venice)
ADDRESS: 1717 Lincoln Blvd., Venice, CA 90291
TICKETS: $10 (pre-sale):
On behalf of all the performers and GreenRoots Productions, we look forward to seeing you THIS SATURDAY (10/29) @ 7:30pm at WitZend in Venice. And get ready to rock your costume!
Peace and blessings,
Angelique Sheppard & Davey G. Garner
When & Where
GreenRoots Presents is a socially conscious production company that has organized live music benefit concerts at premiere venues in Austin, TX, the Bay Area, and greater Los Angeles. What started with an eco-friendly wedding in Ojai, CA has organically grown to include producing events, commercials, a film and music showcases centered around creating a sense of community within the artists' community and raising funds for different local Los Angeles non-profit causes that support literacy programs for impoverished children, Hope for Haiti Now, inner city arts and music education programs, Gulf Relief and many more.
GreenRoots has put on sold-out concerts with platinum selling artists Bruno Mars and Colbie Caillat, pop sensations Andy Grammer and Allen Stone. GreenRoots has also presented performers Aqualung, John West, Tony Lucca, Angel Taylor, Allen Stone, Cary Brothers, Rocco DeLuca, Brendan James, Raining Jane, Keaton Simons, Lucy Schwartz, Kina Grannis, Jacob Luttrell, Ernie Halter and showcased to a sold out crowd at SXSW.
Currently, they are producing a television project entitled "The Sound Lab". This is an experiment based upon the belief that if you mix a network of individuals with discerning ears for great sound with a collection of artists with world class talent, you will create a resulting community with the capacity to socially elevate the art of music that transcends labels of gender, class or creed and boundaries of race, culture and age. It will suddenly be about staying connected to one another while staying rooted in the music.
Over the past few years, partners of GreenRoots have included Colette Weintraub, co-founder of the RED campaign w/ Bono, Producers of Emmy Award-winning Current TV, "MAX and JASON", Legendary music producer Mikal Blue (producer for One Republic, Colbie Caillat, Daughtry and Five For Fighting), M.A.M.A. earth, community organization that hosts concerts, events, classes, retreats while working closely with many non-profits, raising money for causes close to their hearts, and Causecast, a forward thinking, socially conscious, online, one-stop philanthropy and volunteerism shop. GreenRoots has built strong partnerships as a result of following the motto of "Creating community, from the roots up".
From intimate parties and documentaries to jam sessions in Venice and sold out concerts in Hollywood, GreenRoots hopes to remind the artists and the audience that the purpose behind the art is participation, locally and globally, because at the end of the day, we're all in this together :)