In the midst of one of the biggest disasters in Texas history and only 2 days away from the start of the Los Dells Festival in Wisconsin, the first multi-genre major Latin music festival in the Midwest; Damon Zumwalt, the owner and promoter of the Largest Latino Festival ever assembled in the USA, has decided that the Festival shall be a fundraiser for Houston. “All profits of ticket sales to the Los Dells Festival will be donated to a worthy Houston Relief Fund to help the people in need in Houston after Hurricane Harvey”.
With the greatest line up ever in a Latino music 2-day Festival featuring MANA, DADDY YANKEE, NICKY JAM, LOS TUCANES DE TIJUANA, BECKY G, PRINCE ROYCE, REIK, KINKY, DEORRO, WISIN, LARRY HERNANDEZ, CARLA MORRISON and many more artists from all over the continent, Mr. Zumwalt strongly believes this major event should bring great awareness to the needs relating to the disaster in Houston.
“We are promoting possibly the largest Latino Festival in the United States,” Zumwalt declares, “and in this moment residents of Houston, where more than 40% of its population are Hispanic, are in great need. We could not think of a better way to celebrate this great festival than by helping Houstonians in need”. The owner of Woodside Ranch and Sports Complex where the Festival is being promoted, continues: “We are inviting everyone involved in this festival to participate in this benefit. Patrons and artists alike.”
There is a strong connection between Zumwalt, Chairman/CEO of Contemporary Services Corporation, and the city of Houston, as his primary business for the last 50 years has been providing crowd management and security services to the entertainment industry. One of his largest offices is in Houston with approximately four thousand employees, including great clients like: the NRG PARK, the home of THE HOUSTON LIVESTOCK AND RODEO, the SMART FINANCIAL CENTER and the NFL team HOUSTON TEXANS, where the famous University of Wisconsin alumni, JJ WATT plays.
Los Dells Festival is announced to take place this Labor Day Weekend where many thousands of concert goers are expected from all over the country.