Back at its birthplace on the corner of Wilton Drive and NE 6th Ave (2245 Wilton Drive Wilton Manors, FL 33305), the original Vibes on the Drive, an onsite entertainment showcase, will transform into a hybrid of its former self this upcoming Wednesday, November 11, 2020.
However, please note that WMEG and the trusted Island City is still well aware of the need for social distancing while adhering to COVID-19 guidelines during these turbulent times of the pandemic. The revived venue will not only be set at its physical locale it will also keep its online presence.
Vibes' physical spot will serve as a special viewing treat for those moseying by. But most intriguingly, the original stomping ground will serve as the backdrop for its virtual showcase. Co-host Curry Anne Durr and Jai Tahlea will be presenting Vibes on location while it's streamed on Facebook at @WiltonMusicLive.
And just like the return of the original virtual Vibes co-host, the first set of virtual Vibes performers will be on site for the new and approved Vibes on the Drive. Rappers VC da Menace and Miranda Shines will be back to help christen the exciting new Vibes hybrid.
For those of you who didn't get the pleasure of experiencing these amazingly talented artists, allow us to reintroduce them.
Hailing from Boynton Beach, Florida, VC da Menace is a Hip Hop artist and producer with a sizable youtube catalog that ranges from music to beat making videos. Get a taste of VC da Menace rap game with his new video, "Move Thru," released July 4, 2020.
The zen Miranda Shines is a conscious rap artist who draws her musical inspiration from light out of the darkness. She channels her unique life experiences coupled with her overwhelming spiritual aura and yoga teachings to convey her truth. Check out her most recently published track on youtube titled "Dehumanized."
Vibes on The Drive is a social event produced by WMEG. For questions or press, please contact WMEG's Creative Content Director Jameer Baptiste at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (754) 200-2579 ext. 616.