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We Dance Venezuela: A Night Of Music For A Humanitarian Cause

We Dance Venezuela: a night of music for a humanitarian cause

My Favorite Robot, Nitin, Carerra & Tavares, and Hauy will provide their sets to help alleviate the economic and health crisis in Venezuela.

LCPR presents ‘We Dance: Venezuela’ in support of the local non-profit organization ‘Venezolanos Por La Vida – Canada’ on March 20 at Love Child Social House. It will be a night of music curated by influential DJs, food from the local restaurant Gordo EX Cafe, for an authentic Venezuelan flavor and an art gallery presented by local Venezuelan artists.

Venezuelans for Life – Canada is collecting and sending medical supplies to human rights organizations and health service providers to help Venezuelans in the country and those forced to flee their homes; ‘the walkers’. LCPR has brought together the local electronic music community of Toronto to join and support this cause.

The lineup includes the deep melodic house duo Carerra & Tavares to start the event. They are followed by the Toronto-based Brazilian Hauy. Finally, a back-to-back between My Favorite Robot and Nitin, who are recognized representatives of the world electronic music.

Venezuela is currently suffering from the most serious shortage of medicines and medical equipment in its history. Hospitals and clinics can not treat patients and, because of the lack of the most basic medical supplies, people die unnecessarily.

Venezuelans for Life, the Humanitarian Aid Program of the Democracy Forum of Canada and Venezuela, was created with the purpose of providing relief to the great humanitarian crisis faced by Venezuelans today, to give some hope to Venezuelans in the country.

You can buy your tickets online here for $25. If you can not attend the event but wish to donate, you can do so here.

Voluntarios empacando suministros médicos

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