Sun, Jun 10 2018

Label Launch Party,

Highline Ballroom, Manhattan, New York, New York, United States Highline Ballroom, Manhattan, New York, New York, United States

  • About the event

    This event is about revitalizing the cultural value of the Bronx through music and other expressive outlets such as clothing and photography. Our goal is to use this launch party as a means of introducing upcoming acts, designers, and photographers to the mixed demographic in the audience and provide them with the opportunity to gain some exposure. In addition to all of the festivities, it will also serve as a platform for networking.

    Why should you sponsor?

    This launch will be a hub for networking and exposure. An opportunity like that is not something that a potential sponsor would want to miss! In addition to getting their brand name out to a viable audience, sponsors would get to enjoy the perks of a ranked package and a night out at the prestigious location of our choosing.

    Veronica Williams

    The Natives and Vagabonds Collective was founded in 2015 by six original members in the urban community that is The Bronx. The collective primarily created music, clothing, and photo-based art. However, in three short years, the Collective has expanded to a ten member count, and has gone far beyond just music and design.

    Our company’s goal is to be an example for people from low income neighborhoods and to rebuild the community through various art forms. These art forms include but are not limited to:

    • Music

    • Clothing Design

    • Photography

    • Acting

    • Screenwriting


    The label, formed in 2017 by CEO David-Alan Green, has since been trying to build a fanbase for the collective as a whole through music. Our singles and projects have since been released to the public via online music platforms such as Bandcamp, Spinrilla, and Soundcloud. As of 2018, we are expecting several solo and collaborative projects from our artists. Mixtapes are in the works for artists Kaine Carter, Gold’n Buddah, Paris Michael, and Squilly; the varying interpretations of a similar sound are something to anticipate for the summer and years to come.

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  • 251-500 attendees expected

    40% Male Attendees

    60% Female Attendees

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