SoHo Productions, LLC and ZoWorld Entertainment Group, LLC will present their first annual “Southern Hip-Hop Reunion” Charity Concert on November 16, 2018, at the National Guard Armory (1225 Bluff Road, Columbia, SC 29201).
SoHo Productions, LLC and ZoWorld Entertainment Group, LLC joined forces earlier this year to use entertainment as the magnet to attract patrons for the purpose of philanthropy. Both organizations understand the importance of giving back to the community and providing resources for underserved families. Their title Sponsor this year is The Columbia Urban League, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting financially stability and racial inclusion in the community. The Urban League’s 5 pillars of empowerment are focused on education and youth, economics, health and quality of life, civic engagement and leadership, civil rights and racial justice. We are honored to have the sponsorship of the Columbia Urban League as we bring you the first annual “Southern Hip-Hop Reunion” Charity Concert, hosted by our very own “Neek” from HOT 103.9/93.9 FM, to benefit at-risk youth and underserved families in the metro Columbia community.
With an evening that will embrace entertainment, networking and philanthropy, the night will kick off with a legendary concert lineup featuring the ATL hip-hop sounds of the YoungBloodz, Pastor Troy, Ghetto Mafia, and DJ Taz. This event is slated to not only provide a platform of awareness, but also harness a commitment to investing in mentorships, counseling and education to build stronger, healthier communities.
Not to be outdone, this multi-purpose event will also serve as a foundation for relationship-building through inspired networking. Vendors will have an opportunity to showcase their business-brand, products and services, while engaging and connecting with community partners and supporters. Local talent will also showcase their talent/brand by given the opportunity to open the show.
The night will culminate as they honor the Director of the “Helping Hands Helping Others”, another non-profit organization, with a generous donation to support them with solidifying their roots in the Columbia community while serving families in need. A portion of the proceeds from “The Southern Hip-Hop Reunion” Charity Concert will be used to sustain and expand this partnership’s advocacy, empowerment, and platform for future charity benefits. We stand by our partners who are volunteers committed to improving outcomes in the