When: Thursday, February 7th, 2019
Time: 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM
Location: City Winery Nashville
609 Lafayette St, Nashville, TN 37203
Freedom is a right. We should all be free, for life.
Free for Life International is excited to join forces with Indie Connect, Phenix Red, and Found Movement Group to host a one-of-a-kind evening highlight art, community and purpose. Join us and experience human trafficking, through the lens of art.
Each ticket includes a 3-course dinner with custom wine pairings for each course, and all proceeds support human trafficking survivors through Free for Life’s programs.
Featured speaker: Chela
Chela is a warrior. She is an empowered, passionate and driven survivor of human trafficking in the United States. After living through trafficking at a young age, Chela is now an advocate for survivors in her community and Free for Life’s latest scholarship recipient! She is currently pursuing her higher education in the field of criminal justice, and her goal is to be the first in her family to complete college. We are so honored to have Chela as the evening’s key note speaker!
Featured performer: Phenix Red
Powerhouse Rebel Phenix Red is making a name for herself standing apart from the common flow. A visionary singer/songwriter and producer, Phenix has crafted a sound as raw as it is real. Having been described as a blend of soulful warrior infusions, catchy pop melodies, and gutty rockedges – Phenix has curated what is the “Roxul Pop” Movement. Unlike anything on the Indie scene, Phenix is a theatrical stamp pioneering out of bounds with her powerful stage performances and stretchy set of pipes – Phenix has well established her persona to be a true reflection of her movement. ‘A visual assault that will attack all your senses.’”
“Established in 2006, Found is a community of movers who work together in an effort to bring quality movement education and choreographic artistry to Nashville. Found’s mission is to establish an open community through dance and movement that maintains responsibility to social consciousness.”