This Cinco de Mayo, musicians, artists, and other celebrities came together for “Altísimo Live,” a virtual festival with a goal to raise funds to help farmworkers.

The line up included Becky G, Carlos Vives, Marc Anthony, Fonseca, Farruko, Jesse & Joy, Luis Fonsi, Nicky Jam, Sech, Tainy, Wisin Y Yandel, among many others. There were also comedy skits, history lessons on prominent farmworker leaders, and other notable moments at this Cinco de Mayo event. The Altísimo Live benefit concert invoked everyone to come together for the agricultural workers in the United States and Puerto Rico and donate to the Farmworker’s Pandemic Relief Fund.

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“The united Farmworkers Pandemic Relief Fund was created by Justice for Migrant Women and Hispanics in Philanthropy (HIP) in response to the threat that the Coronavirus represents to the more than three million men and women who work to maintain food security in the US. The money raised through these fundraising efforts will be given to organizations working towards ensuring that the farmworkers in the US and Puerto Rico have basic needs like food, baby formula, diapers, emergency financial assistance for medical needs and other types of help during this crisis,” explains the official spokesperson of the event.

Altísimo Live’s hosts included actress Eva Longoria, and iHeart Latino president Enrique Santos. Others such as Kate Del Castillo, Rosario Dawson, J Balvin and Alejandro Sanz also made special appearances during this live stream, which was streamed via @altisimolive on Facebook, Youtube, Twitter, Periscope, and Twitch.

What did the artists do on Altísimo Live?

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More than 45 musicians and artists were seen at the virtual Latinx cultural festival. The last names that have been confirmed are Andy Garcia, Ana Bárbara, Dayanara Torres, La Santa Cecilia, Elvis Crespo, Gloria Trevi, Ivy Queen, Marc Anthony, Sandra Echeverría, among others.

The event hoped to raise $3 million, which would allow for the initiatives that would help the organizations under the Farmworkers’ Pandemic Relief Fund. 

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Labeled as the “first and largest live-streamed Latin pop culture and music festival, Altísimo Live was transmitted via Facebook Live, Youtube, Twitter, Periscope, and Twitch on May 5th 2020.

Click here to learn more about the virtual festival.