Time & Location
About The Event
Come meet fellow music lovers & education advocates! We'll enjoy a night of community and live music...with an educational twist. Proceeds from the evening will support PowerMyLearning which help students in low-income communities, together with their teachers and families, harness the power of digital learning to improve educational outcomes. Access to educational recources and technology in low-income communities helps bridge the evergrowing gap & priviledges available at more affluent schools.
How the night will run:
7:00pm - Doors! Mingle & Drinks
8:30pm - Show Begins
8:40pm - 9:30pm - Live Music (2 bands)
9:30pm - Closing & Conversations
Heads up: Our events are really intimate and we'll have a range of seating options -- couches, chairs, floor seating (rugs & cushions provided) -- please bring anything else to keep you comfortable. This events is BYOB, so feel free to bring bites, beverages, & blankets to enjoy your evening. We will have reusable cups available.
Parking: Parking in the Arts District can impacted on the weekends. While there will be some spots at our venue & in th neighborhood, we do suggest using rideshare services or carpooling. In the spirit of community, we want to be respectful of our neighbors and the Arts District community.
Tickets: At checkout, you'll have the option to Pay via PayPal or through our Manual Payment system on Venmo -- @TheResident-Collective.
PowerMyLearning's mission is to help students in low-income communities, together with their teachers and families, harness the power of digital learning to improve educational outcomes. Their programs change the landscape of a school community in many ways: increased family engagement, increased professional development opportunities for teachers, increased student mastery of core academic subjects, and increased opportunities for traditionally underrepresented students to achieve success in college and career.
PowerMyLearning began its local work in Greater Los Angeles in 2008. Since then, they have served more than 23,000 low-income families in more than 70 schools in neighborhoods such as Watts, East LA, Central LA, Boyle Heights, Gardena, Lynwood, the San Gabriel Valley, and the San Fernando Valley. In the 2019-20 school year, they will partner with 31 low-income schools and serve 6,000 students, teachers and families.
- Sold OutTRC x PowerMyLearning$20$200$0