CrownTheFoundation’s first benefit show will feature performances from Cambot, Enigma Beats, Friend., Kowta, Milano, Sakiya, and more TBA!
CrownTheFoundation has been a constant pillar of light in the music scene since its birth nearly a year ago, and the sense of community has never felt stronger. Shining their supportive love to the general collective is a specialty of this lovely non-profit — it’s clear they will do all they can to lift up anyone in need. The resources and safe spaces CrownTheFoundation provides are part of a shift this scene has deserved for quite some time.
Last year, on CharlestheFirst‘s birthday, the foundation announced its official launch, warming hearts across the globe. Within the year they have made leaps and bounds with their outreach on harm reduction while reducing stigmas around the topic.
Recently, the foundation launched its Recovery Grant Program — another major win. This program provides monetary resources for those seeking or continuing treatment for problematic substance use and mental health conditions. It’s exciting to see what CrownThefoundation can conquer in a year. The possibilities truly seem infinite with this crew.
With the grand opening of the foundation on Charles’ birthday, it only makes sense for it to be a tradition to honor him annually. This year, the foundation has unveiled its first-ever benefit show, Bird’s Eye View. This community gathering is set to take place in Denver on Saturday, November 25 at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom.
The evening is sure to be filled with plenty of love, laughter, hugs, and — of course —music. Set to take the stage are Cambot, Enigma Beats, Friend., Kowta, Milano, and Sakiya. Although it hasn’t been announced just yet, keep your eyes peeled for the unveiling of a very special headliner along with another surprise secret guest promised to join as well.
Tickets are available now on the Cervantes website as well as Crown Passes, which include some special commemorative items. Early Bird tickets went fast, so grab your ticket soon to be a part of this memorable night of music by artists who were all very close to our beloved Charles.