The urban exponent Mike Towers together with the producer Paco López announced that after the impact of the hurricane fiona in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean will be donating $150,000 of his two concerts on the island for the victims of the atmospheric phenomenon.
The interpreter expressed his concern and anguish for the residents affected by the impact of Hurricane Fiona for what some $75,000 from each of its two functions on the island will be allocated to the affected families.
Together with his work team, the artist coordinates the delivery of the donation to those most impacted by the natural phenomenon.
“I visited the town of Salinas, it is difficult to explain how much feeling it caused me to see so many families in need, I have been blessed this land has given me to see my dream come true and I will do my best to help and be with my people. We have to put everything aside and as leaders of the most listened to musical movement around the world join forces and collaborate to lift Puerto Rico”, expressed Myke Towers in a press release.
In social networks, the Puerto Rican producer Paco López explained the reasons for the change in the dates of the functions.
The new dates will be Tuesday, September 27 and Wednesday, September 28 at the Coliseum of Puerto Rico José Miguel Agrelot.
The new urban artist debuted last Friday, September 16 in his first of three sold-out performances at the Puerto Rico Coliseum with a millionaire and a great show. The functions scheduled for September 17 and 18 were postponed due to the passage of Hurricane Fiona.
The interpreter of “Diosa” left for Chile to perform in that country, in Paraguay and then returns to Puerto Rico to continue his commitment to the people.