Dallas, Texas is known to be one of the most popular cities for the music and art culture, and it only seems to be evolving. On Friday, May 5th, 2023, known event proprietor and DJ, Bama White, is hosting an event to celebrate Cinco De Mayo at the Creators Don’t Die 2.0 venue. The event will have a blend of Latin and American music, as well as visual arts and games. The event itself is paying homage to the Latino community with a little dab of hip hop and trap. The Event is from 10pm-2am and presale tickets have been already available online until the day of the event!

Known with his major work around the city, Bama White mentions that he couldn’t host a Cinco De Mayo without paying homage to Latin artists. His goal is to show the people that we’re able to bring our communities together to support and show love to one another’s culture.

The event venue, Creators Don’t Die, is a relevantly known area to popular artists, and an asset to the music community. Bama White, the event curator for the Cinco De Mayo show, mentions that the biggest thing for him is bringing all creators of all kinds under one roof to create an experience for those who can’t or don’t see themselves as creators. He mentions that every event that he curates, he wants the attendees to leave with something, whether it is physical, emotional, or spiritual, and hopes to inspire them to create something for themselves.

Who are some key people who will be in attendance?

This show will feature an all star opening lineup with Dijah Yasmeen, El Arriaga, Lady B, Zo Bands, Clear Lanes and Sizzlin’ Sunny. Along with headliners, Dem LeDesma Boyz, Roseé, and Chyna Rich. Sponsored by Toadily Stoned. Hosted by Lyrikk with sounds by CORE DJ CURDY. Featuring live body painting from Lucid Inspirationz. Art from Umi-Art District. Food from Queenz Catering, also featuring clothing designer ZBA and much more. Can’t forget about media coverage from Focuseddd!

As a business owner, what are some obstacles you have had to overcome to get where you are at?

I’ve had my doubts. You know, when you have ideas of course you want them to work. The thing is an idea is never concrete until it either happens or doesn’t. I believe my biggest problem was overthinking, hoping not to fail, but then I would never get started either. I had to learn how to just do It. If I fail, get up and try again. Just never give up.

What is the best motivation you can give to local creatives and artists?

Focus on your craft. Study by yourself. Love yourself, and be confident in everything you put your energy into. Consistency is key and confidence is a stain they can’t wipe off.

Bama White mentions that he is currently working on more shows for the summer of 2023, as well as his music and television careers. “Make sure you tune into The Hotbox Live on indie plug media. It’s 24/7 non stop internet radio, playing music from artists right here in the metroplex and all over the globe.” Even though Bama White is devoted to perfecting the art of his craft to the highest level, his hardships have made him want to do even better in his business as well. Bama White is now focused on continuing to build on his already strong foundation even more than it already is with his music with his latest work. “Check out Vanta Vibes Top Ten music video countdown, playing music videos from artists right here in the metroplex, and all over the globe. Exclusively streaming on VantaBlackTv, only available on Roku. And can’t forget Dallas Open Mic every Tuesday night at Creators Don’t Die – 12035 Shiloh Rd, Dallas, TX 75228 – Get the address straight!”

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