Orlando songwriter Beth McKee and Park Ave CDs are co-presenting the fifth annual Swamp Sistas La La, a family friendly, musical gathering of female-fronted acts, on May 20 from 3 to 11 p.m. on the Fringe Lawn Stage in Loch Haven Park. The musically diverse lineup ranges from singer songwriter to folk rock, a capella, rhythm and blues (both kinds) and Hip Hop, plus Orlando’s best story teller.
The event is part of the Orlando Fringe Festival and will raise money to help Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida fight local hunger with a virtual fund drive at www.lalasummerhope.com. Funds raised will go to Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida Summer Hope for Kids program to feed kids from low income families this summer, when no school means no school breakfast or lunch to many who need it. The campaign will run from April 26 until the end of the day on May 20th, cash and check donations will also be accepted at the La La.
Performing at the La La are:
LUVU, E-Turn, Terri Binion, Lynn Drury Music, Beth McKee, Sybil Gage & her Catahoulas, O-Sky, Helena, Renee is a Zombie, storyteller Madeline Pots, Kayonne Riley Music, Ka Malinalli and Loi Jeannette.
Stage decor for the La La will be designed and created by art students from Bithlo’s Orange County Academy, with guidance from ArtReach Orlando’s Jenn Benner.
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