Tito's Vodka is Hosting a Virtual Music Festival to Benefit Jose Andres' World Central Kitchen
The dancing. The communal atmosphere. The epic tunes.
Miss live concerts and music festivals? We're right there with you. Which is why we were excited to hear that Tito's vodka decided to host a safe yet still rocking "Made to Order" music festival designed to be streamed live from the comfort of your own home, patio or picnic location of choice. (If local regulations allow it, you can even use Tito's tool to find a carry-out cocktail to enjoy as you watch! If not, we've got plenty of vodka cocktail recipes you can DIY.)
Hosted every other week beginning on August 27, the four-part concert fest caught our eye with the line-up of artists from the north, south, east and west regions of the U.S. (more details on that below). But really sold us when we saw the reason why they decided to put on the Made to Order events in the first place.
Tito's will be donating $100,000 to support José Andrés' World Central Kitchen food relief missions, with a focus on supporting front-line healthcare workers and Black-owned restaurants. Made to Order viewers can click on a "donate" button to contribute to the cause as they stream the concerts on the Tito's website and on YouTube. All viewers who do so are entered to win signed festival posters, Tito's swag and a meet-and-greet with Portugal. The Man., the night-one headliner.
Mark your calendars and get your Moscow mules and donation money ready…
West coast on August 27 at 5pm PST/ 8pm EST: Channel Tres, Kali Uches and Portugal. The Man.
South on September 10 at 5pm PST/ 8pm EST: Bun B, Morgan Wallen and Dierks Bentley
East coast on September 24 at 5pm PST/ 8pm EST: A-Trak, Young M.A and Summer Walker
North on October 8 at 5pm PST/ 8pm EST: Claude VonStroke, Louis the Child and ZHU