Tampa Artist Comes to LaBelle for Free Family Friendly Concert

Tal, a Tampa-based spoken word artist. (Submitted photo)

Two Worlds Collide is a free, family friendly event from 5:30 – 9:00 pm located at the Civic Park in LaBelle on Friday, January 6, 2017

Tampa-based spoken word artist will be performing a free concert along with regional band, Unveil, during the Two Worlds Collide Family Event on Friday, January 6, 2017.

For Tal, a careful study of spoken word artist Propaganda and musical influences like Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Twenty-One Pilots revealed a deep passion to blend words with music in a way that speaks to the current generation. Tal brings a message of encouragement to youth and young adults who often depend on music as a coping mechanism for navigating a world that fails to understand them.

Whether Tal is traveling across the country for concerts or visiting schools to encourage youth, his message is clear and consistent. “Each of us are on a unique path but we still have so much in common. No matter how hard the path may seem, there is hope.”

“This message of hope and encouragement is being delivered to our community at the perfect time – the beginning of a New Year – when many of us are looking for ways to enrich or better our lives and the lives of those around us.” Pastor George Rodriguez of Life Ministries shares. His church is hosting the event along with other community partners.

Two Worlds Collide will be a free, family friendly event from 5:30 – 9:00 pm located at the Civic Park in LaBelle on Friday, January 6, 2017. There will also be free snacks, games, and giveaways. Open to all ages.

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