Most people think about Miami as being a display of fake boobs and exotic cars on Ocean Drive, but the truth is, there is actually so much more, especially if you hang out in Wynwood and Downtown. Following the latest measures taken by the Trump Administration on immigration, some forward thinking event promoters came up with an idea called the “Immigrant Disco”, and they decided to party for a good cause and give the profits to several organizations promoting and helping humans rights.
The event was such a great success, they are now back at it again, but this time the event will support environmental issues. On Saturday, April 22, the party will be held in conjunction with the “March for Science” protests happening all around the country. Resisdance will be hosting the after party for Miami activists at Armando records in downtown Miami. Their lineup is on point, with Afrobeta, the artist behind the inter-galactic success "Dream About You," headlining among a few other bands and DJs.
April 22 is also “Earth Day” so why not party for progress?
Here is another official statement from Laura and Lana:
“Timed for Earth Day, Eco disco is a benefit for environmental advocacy organizations fighting anti-science legislation, working to end climate change, and advocating for the protection of the Florida Everglades. It’s also the official after-party of the March for Science Miami. (The March for Science is a movement which, like the Women’s March, will have satellite marches worldwide.) Tickets are available for a minimum $10 donation, with all proceeds from ticket sales donated to March for Science Miami, Earth Justice, and the Everglades Foundation. EarthJustice is the nation’s oldest and largest non-profit environmental law organization,and has been involved with virtually every major environmental win in courts around the country. The Everglades Foundation is a non-profit dedicated to the protection and restoration of the Everglades ecosystem. The March for Science is a national, non-profit,non-partisan group organizing to uphold evidence-based environmental policies, science education, and funding for scientific research.“
So if you think climate change does exist, science matters and you want to party for a good cause go on their facebook event to drop a message, planet earth will reward you.
Featuring Live bands: Afrobeta, Native Youth & Triangles, Dsided, Mystvries DJs:Terrence Tabeau, Wolf Story, Puma & Harry, Vamos a La Playa | Laura (of Miami), Hottpants, Duncan Ross, Kid Moss, Yura, Pedro Urbina, and Kunal