Feb. 6, singer Drea will be headlining a concert for the first time after opening for several southern acts over the year, which has helped with establishing her own fanbase. This concert featuring music by DJ Cook Em Up will be at The Heritage in Hammond, La. Doors open at 7 p.m. and the show starts at 8 p.m. Tables are available for guests to relax and enjoy with social distancing in place, and masks are required. Also, if you forget your mask, don’t sweat because they will be available at the event’s entry table. Coming along for this vibe will be music artists Denisia and Papa Will and host Young Carter.
Don’t think this diverse lineup is by accident because Drea was intentional as a result of her goal of wanting to give the audience that rawest version of herself while providing their ears with a variety of sounds for the stories told through music tomorrow night.
Singer Denisia may be one of the most well-known artists in the lineup due to her popular hit “Hello” covering the classic Adele song, along with several other hits released over the past few years. When asked of her selection, Drea revealed that, “She doesn’t know this, but having her on the show is something I’m very grateful for because I’m one of her biggest fans; I love her music!”
Singer, poet, and guitarist Papa Will has been someone connected to Drea since high school and has been respected as a creative artist for quite some time. He will perform an array of songs during the concert, possibly including “Tell Ya Mama I Said Hey”.
Young Carter, the host of this event, has known all artists involved for years; so, each introduction will be laced with a personal touch and appreciation for the consequent performances.
If interested in attending this event, tickets are $15 for presales or $20 at the door. All presales are hand-delivered and can be purchased by calling 985-634-5307 or 985-320-6645. However, you can also contact Drea directly on Instagram @mhm.drea for presales or to keep up with new music releases and future events.