ReSound Festival

We look forward to hosting the 2024 Re/Sound Festival in December 2024!
If you’d like to be a vendor, to participate, donate or want more information about 2024 Re/Sound Festival please email us at

PAST 2023 Re/Sound Festival


La Marisoul and Son California headlining at Re/Sound Festival, gracing us with their soul-transforming poetry, voices, dance, and celebration!

The event is absolutely FREE for kids, family and the community. ALL are welcome! 

The Street Symphony Re/Sound Festival is FREE to everyone!

We encourage the model, “Take What You Need, Give What You Can”. Donations are welcome. 

If you’d like to volunteer complete the form here

If you’ve registered to volunteer, please be sure to arrive 15-20 minutes before your shift time. Please check-in at the Street Symphony booth. Shirt will be provided and assignments will be assigned upon check-in. 

10:30 AM: Welcome and doors open
11 AM: Messiah Project 2023, featuring
Son California
Women’s Voices (Downtown Women’s Center)
Midnight Strings (The Midnight Mission)
Street Symphony Chamber Singers and Orchestra
12:30 PM: Lunch, Resource Fair and Block Party
featuring musical artists
Nancy Sanchez y Las Chorizeras
Street Symphony Jazz Ensemble
Ase Ashe Drummers and Dancers
DJ Sir Oliver

Directions to VOID STUDIOS: 677 Imperial St, Los Angeles, CA 90021

If traveling along 7th St: turn North onto Imperial St. (Pizzan!sta is on one corner and the AMP Lofts with “Organic – Bread – Market” on the other side) VOID is the third building on your left (all black with a huge gated parking lot) if you’ve passed Hank’s Organic or Jesse St. you’ve gone too far.

If traveling along 6th St: turn South onto Mateo St. then turn East onto Jesse St. then turn South on Imperial St. (Hank’s Organic is on the corner) VOID is the third building on your left (all black with a huge gated parking lot) if you’ve passed the “Organic – Bread – Market” or 6th St. you’ve gone too far.

Click here for more details about the FREE shuttle service between Skid Row and Void Studios location offered between 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM.

There is available street parking or AMP Lofts has an underground parking lot directly across the street approximately $15. 

The Re/Sound Festival is Street Symphony’s celebration of the Skid Row community’s resilience, stories, and artistry – the resonance of joy: in Skid Row, art and music is not entertainment – it is a lifeline, of hope and dignity, a re-sounding joyful celebration. This event marks the launch of our inaugural annual music festival, uniting Angelenos from all walks of life to revel in the enchantment of music and community. Beyond being a free public musical event, the Re/Sound Festival presents a profound opportunity to forge enduring connections and bridge communities through the universal language of music.

Re/Sound Festival is the culmination of our commitment to monthly programs in Skid Row, featuring multi-genre performances from world-class Mariachi, Jazz, and West-African drumming groups, and a modern adaptation of George Frideric Handel’s oratorio “Messiah” showcasing stories, new musical works, and performances by members of the Skid Row community alongside internationally acclaimed musicians from all over Southern California.

All Street Symphony programs are free and open to the public. From organizations providing resources for mental and physical health, community partners hosting a range of activities which serve the Skid Row community, arts organizations and vendors sharing their works, food trucks serving hot meals, the festival welcomes all for a full day of celebration. 

Join us at Void Studios (677 Imperial St Los Angeles CA 90021) for an amazing event of community! 

Featured Performances


The Midnight Mission

 Emergency shelter/services, 12-step recovery, and various other programs aimed at rebuilding self-sufficiency.
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Downtown Women’s Center

Day Center services/events; focus on housing, wellness, employment, and advocacy for women in need.
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Esperanza Community Housing

Esperanza Community Housing Corporation is a social justice non-profit in South Central Los Angeles that achieves long-term, comprehensive community development.
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LA County Dept. of Public Health: Harm Reduction

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LA County Dept. of Public Health: Mobile Vaccine Clinic

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Skid Row Running Club

Running for Recovery
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The Movement Network

Free physical therapy services for underserved, disenfranchised, and minority communities – Skid Row included.
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California Born Foundation

Pro-Bono Haircuts. Our foundation is creating a community to help people get off the street, and back on their feet.

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Humanity Heroes

25-piece ‘Humanity Packs’ carefully curated to provide essential resources homeless people need on a daily basis.
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Underdog Community Project

Free, accessible, and quality resources for the beloved pets of unhoused and minority individuals in the greater Los Angeles Area.
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The Good Karma LA

Weekly “Sunday Service” distribution of free hot fresh meals, water, and other essential supplies to the unhoused community of Skid Row.
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The WIN App

WIN (What I Need) app connects anyone who is homeless or otherwise struggling to free resources across Southern California.
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Skid Row Arts Alliance 

A consortium of artist-driven arts organizations, comprised of people living and working in Skid Row, working to create art and community in Skid Row.
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Peace and Healing Center

The Peace and Healing Centers pilot program provides $2 million to community-based organizations to implement culturally-informed programming that addresses social, economic, and environmental harms created by institutional and structural racism.

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Skid Row Arts Alliance: Piece by Piece (interactive art activity) 

Empowering those who have experienced homelessness or economic insecurity by providing free mosaic art workshops enabling them to build confidence, earn supplemental income, promote wellness and an improved quality of life.
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Food By Some Mexicans (catering)

A Husband and Wife team Catering for all of Southern California with a variety of Menus to choose from. Food By Some Mexicans is your neighborhood Catering Service, cooking all of your favorites with a hip new spin on traditional cuisine. Using fresh ingredients with a side of rock ‘n roll, we make real food for real people.

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KRP Lato Arosep Guso Seamoss. (catering)

A Filipino based food catering service business located in West Covina but servicing Southern California providing the highest quality home style cooking filipino BBQ meals. They have kindly donated a portion of the meals towards the festival. 

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C Los Transport (shuttle transportation)

Providing safe and reliable transportation in the Los Angeles area. 

Carlos Cruz has kindly provided a discounted transportation fee to provide FREE shuttle rides between Skid Row community and the Void Studios to ensure accessibility to the Skid Row members to attend the Re/Sound Festival. Contact Carlos at 818.812.0180

Philz Coffee Glendale & DTLA 

Laid-back local chain specializes in custom-blended coffees, plus teas, specialty drinks & pastries.

Thank you to Philz Coffee in the Glendale & DTLA location for providing coffee for this event. 


would you like to DONATE by mail? 

Please join us in our promise by making a tax-deductible donation to Street Symphony. Your gift supports the Messiah Project, Monthly Programs, and 12-Week Workshop Programs in collaboration with our Skid Row community partners. Your donation, whether it be $1 or $1,000, is a commitment to support the dedicated work of Street Symphony to restore dignity, hope, and humanity to every person touched by our programs.

If you’d like to mail your donation please send your contribution to the address below.
Checks made payable to Street Symphony Project, Inc.
Street Symphony Project, Inc
1001 Wilshire Boulevard PMB 2258
Los Angeles, CA 90017