Crazy Legs, Tony Touch, Shortkut, Patrick Wilson, DJ Geo
Crazy Legs, Fran Boogie & Lotus present
YES WE CAN CAN
Annual canned food drive benefiting the San Francisco Food Bank
Could there be a better way to start off the new year than partying for a great cause? Legendary Hip-Hop icon Crazy Legs from the world famous Rock Steady Crew teams up with Fran Boogie and Lotus to bring you the annual Yes We Can food drive at Mighty on January 28th.
This year, Crazy Legs will be joined by fellow Rock Steady Crew member Tony Touch along with Shortkut, Patrick Wilson, and DJ Geo. Two rooms of Hip-Hop, House, Funk, Disco, Latin, Boogie and Afro will be rocking Mighty's banging sound system all night long.
We ask that you please bring your dancing shoes, positive vibes, and at least 3 non-expired canned goods to the event.
Crazy Legs (Rock Steady Crew)
Tony Touch (Rock Steady Crew)
Shortkut (Triple Threat, Beat Junkies)
Patrick Wilson (Ricanstruction)
DJ Geo (Brown Sugar, Funk Lab)
Free before 10:30, $5 before 11:30, $10 after WITH DONATION OF 3 CANNED GOODS
A little background on the history of the event...
Yes We Can Can got its name from the CANned food drive nature of the event, WE can as a people, and the song by the Treacherous 3 "Yes We Can Can". Treacherous 3 are Bobbitos favorite old school rap group and Bobbito came up with the title of the event about 17 yrs ago.
The San Francisco Food Bank's mission is to end hunger in San Francisco. It works toward that goal by distributing food and advocating for improvement in government food programs and policies. A nationwide network of suppliers allows the Food Bank to turn each dollar donated into $9.00 on non-perishable groceries, fresh produce, bread, and meat for the community. The Food Bank supplies food to more than 600 distribution sites throughout the city, from senior centers and after-school programs to soup kitchens, providing food for approximately 124,000 people last year. The Food Bank distributed 27.4 million pounds of food this past year, enough to provide more than 58,000 meals to hungry San Franciscans everyday.
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