On Friday night, Collective Disparity will host Larrypalooza in the Music Farm Den. All artist proceeds from this event will be donated to the Hollings Cancer Center.
From what started as a friendship and grew into a cross country bucket list journey, friends of Larry Hills will be escorting him from Portland to Charleston so he can see the Atlantic Ocean for the first time. Larry was diagnosed with Stage IV Cancer and was given six months to live. He wants only a few things in his golden months, one of which is to take a leak in the Atlantic Ocean. During his time here, musicians and friends alike will be coming together to raise money for cancer research in Charleston.
The artists scheduled to take over the Music Farm Den feature a wide range of sounds. Genres from psychedelic electronica, contemporary jazz, rock, and hip hop will play. DJ Golden, Community Bath House ft Colmusphore, Coleman Sawyer, Collective Disparity, and Abstract, will perform along with a variety of special guests, with support from the art of Tommy Fox.
Check out host Collective Disparity’s beat making process:
This is an awesome chance to see some great South Carolina musicians and support a great cause for only $5. You can get tickets here and give donations throughout the event.