ELKHART – Heart City Health to host its second Heart Beat of the City multi-site concert with live performers at Lex530, 530 E. Lexington, and simultaneous free concert venues with additional live performers at Tolson Center, 1320 Benham Ave ., and at Goshen Brewing Company, 315 W. Washington in Goshen, from 6 o’clock this evening.
The concert will also be broadcast live so people can watch it from their homes, according to a press release.
“Last year, when all live music concerts and festivals were canceled, we found a way to bring the uplifting power of music to people in spatially safe places and live streaming,” said Esleen Fultz, CEO of HCN in the statement. “There were Elkhartans who were in Louisiana and California and hundreds of cities across the country who called and told us they were watching the concert online.”
The event will again be broadcast live on heartbeatmusicfest.org. Locally, people can also choose to visit three outside locations in person.
The headliner is Bassel & Supernaturals, a Chicago-based band with a first-generation Syrian-American lead in Bassel Almadani. The band play moving originals inspired by Motown legends like Ottis Redding. Latin fusion group Lalo Cura and Michiana Rising Star winner Janet Hines-Norris are other artists who will perform on stage. Local favorite Dream Team Live will perform on the Tolson Center stage, and new group, Concerned Neighbor, will perform at Goshen Brewing Company.
Heart City Health provides medical services to people regardless of age, race, gender or income. The local health system includes two general medicine centers, a pediatric office, a behavioral health center, a dental office and a women’s health service.
Learn more about heartbeatmusicfest.org.