Served Up Brings Music, Art and a Call for Reflection to Wynwood
Served Up is an exciting new music and arts event series that shines a spotlight on important social issues. Born in New York City, the event’s mission is to bring awareness to topics like mental health and the importance of creating inclusive spaces. On August 27th, Served Up will make its way to the Magic City, delivering a night of live performances and craft cocktails all within a conscious and fun setting.
The Served Up crew will bring together local artists and musicians from across the city to showcase their continuing creativity, despite the roadblocks caused by the pandemic. Craze, The Whooligan, and local collective The Love Below will be setting the vibe on the dancefloor. While DaveL, Falopapas, and Natasha Tomchin will be in charge of the art installations and experiences.
Freehold Miami is centrally located in Miami’s Art District, Wynwood, and the ideal venue to maintain a safe environment to enjoy the entertainment.
Thanks to Simple Vodka, Served Up will be donating 240 meals to Feeding America, a country-wide non-profit whose network of over 200 food banks feed more than 46 million people through food pantries, soup kitchens, shelters, and other community-based agencies.
In addition to the meals, Served Up has teamed up with artist DaveL, who will be live painting a mural inspired by the event’s live music, which will be donated to AKTIV Learning Academy, a local school for kids with autism spectrum disorder and similar disabilities.
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Picture: Craze will headline Served Up