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Hip-Hop for Hope to raise funds for Kelowna Gospel Mission

The fundraiser will take place Nov. 25 at 7 p.m.
Frantic to host Hip-Hop for Hope on Nov. 25. (Eventbrite)

A debate music fundraiser for Kelowna’s Gospel Mission will take place on Nov. 25.

Kelowna musican Frantic is organizing the event alongside musician Alxsea and multiple other Okanagan artists, to help raise money to feed the unhoused in the community.

According to the Gospel Mission, each meal costs about $3, so the event organizers are hoping to raise at least $900 during the Hip-Hop for Hope fundraiser, which will feed about 300 people.

The event will be taking place at the Okanagan CoLab space located at 1405 St Paul Street with an operating cost of $10 cost that will go directly to the Gospel Mission.

Music will start at 7 p.m. and go until 11 p.m. and will feature, Alxsea, Darion Rae, DJ Ginja, Frantic, Rachel Geek, Paul Rusu and Noir Dance.

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