Working Californians (WCA) announced that tickets are now on sale for its 5th annual live Labor Day benefit concert, Labor Day Music Festival, set for September 5, 2016 at the LA Memorial Coliseum’s Exposition Park. Southern Californian local and Hip Hop legend Snoop Dogg will headline this year’s event and join Grammy Award-Winning American Chicano Rock Band Los Lonely Boys, Latin-Jazz musician Poncho Sanchez, The New Orleans All-Star Band featuring: James Andrews, Herlin Riley and Detroit Brooks, and The Victor Orlando Orchestra and Funjala; Cuban Funk for the downtown music festival.
Labor Day Music Festival is an annual event, which celebrates workers and their unions, and honors the history and future of Labor Day in Los Angeles. This year’s diverse lineup of renowned musical talent will perform to benefit WCA, which fosters social innovation and invests in improving low-income communities. Tickets can be purchased beginning today – June 15th at 7 a.m. PST at www.workingcalifornians.org/splash/.
“Honoring the working men, women, their families and the businesses that believe in strong labor-management partnerships is our top priority,” said Marvin Kropke, Co-Chair of Working Californians. “Following the success of last year’s concert, Working Californians promises to continue its mission to strengthen connections, shared interests and partnerships between California’s large cross-section of working men and women.”
Last year’s concert featured Funk sensation George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelics, as well as Grammy-nominated artist Sheila E., which enlivened hundreds of people in attendance. Thousands of dollars were raised to promote WCA’s efforts to strengthen social innovation and entrepreneurship at the grassroots level.
“We are extremely excited to once again be a part of Working Californians’ Labor Day concert and we are proud that this year’s performers will join us to help raise awareness and improve communities for working families,” said Brian D’Arcy, Co-Chair of Working Californians. “It is essential that we renew our efforts in providing more resources to our working families.”