Most High Live!, the event of largest unit in the history of latinos in the united States, took place on the 5th of may, with a list of unprecedented musical artists and celebrities who support the Farmworkers’ Pandemic Relief Fund (Fund of Assistance to Farm Workers Affected by the Pandemic) created by the Justice for Migrant Women and Hispanics In Philanthropy.
How was High Live!?
Adriana Barraza, Andy García; Ana Barbara; Angelica Vale; Belinda; Dayanara Torres; Elvis Crespo; Flower Bitter; Gloria Trevi; Ivy Queen; La Santa Cecilia; Coffee Pots; Marc Anthony; Mario De La Torre; Ozomatli and Sandra Echeverría joined the historic event live on the Internet, inspired by the historic concert Live Aid, had as its goal to raise $3 million – $5 at the same time – to the Farmworkers’ Pandemic Relief Fund, and included a full day of performances from the home, activations, celebrity, sports, comedy and much more. Also highlighted poignant and exemplary stories of leaders of agricultural workers, as well as messages of gratitude and appreciation of notable persons, with the overall objective of promoting actions combined to support the community of farm workers.
Created by RetroPop Media and iHeartLatino, which is the platform hispanic of iHeartMedia, and also co-produced with WFHN-TV, a HUNDRED +, Justice for Migrant Women, Hispanics In Philanthropy (HIP), INGEÑUITY, The Latinx House, the Hispanic Heritage Foundation (HHF), and PEOPLE en Español, the festival was hosted by actress, producer, director and activist Eva Longoria and the president and creative director of iHeartLatino, Enrique Santos. Other co-hosts celebrities during the festival’s beneficial to live were: JBalvin, Kate Del Castillo, Rosario Dawson and Alejandro Sanz.
Other celebrities who participated in the festival:
A. B. Quintanilla III and The Kumbia Allstarz; Adamari Lopez; Alejandro Fernández Jr.; Ana Brenda Contreras; Anitta; Band Bend; Becky G; Bobby Pulido; Brian and Natalia Cordova Buckley; Carlos Vives; CNCO; Diane Guerrero; Edward James Olmos; Esai Morales; Fonseca; Farruko; Gente de Zona; Gloria and Emilio Estefan; Jesse & Joy; Jenny Yang; Juanes; Justin Skittle; The Energia Northern; Larry Hernandez; Lila Downs; Luis Fonsi; Maluma; Making Movies; Marianna Burelli; Nicky Jam; Nicholas Gonzalez; Rosanna Arquette; Roberto Aguirre; Roberto Pulido; Sech; Stephanie Sigman; Steve Aoki; Silvestre Dangond; Tainy; and the duo Wisin and Yandel.
Fashion designers Mario De la Torre, Carlos Marrero and Raul Peñaranda, also joined the event to share how they are using their talents and unique designs to support the cause. Some of his designs special edition inspired by the agricultural workers were available to be purchased, in support of the fund.
The presentations most emblematic of most High Live!:
Telemundo, a partner of this important event, revived the most emotional moments of this very special afternoon. Don’t lose them here!
The talented trio of performers italians sang one of his hits “Il Mondo”.
The rocking mexican shook the audience with his classic song “Always to me”.
The singer boricua she performed her new emotional song “The Sunflowers Are Always Turning”.
The talented actress left everyone speechless by showing his skills as a singer with the classic bolero “How You Forgotten.”
An example of fight and effort in the united States, Gloria Estefan we spent “you Can Come”, a song that he wrote for the Olympic Games in the year 96.
The talented singer went for classic with You Are So Beautiful, and an emotional black and white video.
Jessie and Joy
The brothers of mexican origin were by his iconic theme Runs.
The rockers mexicans were for his hit “Rain in the Heart”.