The Humanity Project Presents Goodstock


Fifty years to the day after the original celebration of peace, love and music in New York’s countryside, the Humanity Project is hosting a rather unique music festival at a popular Irish Pub in the center of Fort Lauderdale. It’s also a celebration of peace, love, music – and respect for every human being in keeping with the Humanity Project’s mission for the past 13 years. This Sunday, August 18, The Humanity Project presents Goodstock, at Kelly Brothers Irish Pub beginning at 2 p.m. and running well past nightfall. The event serves as an important fundraiser for the nonprofit’s acclaimed free programs which encourage kids to help their peers. Sponsors include State Farm, Our Fund, Yachtees Apparel Company, Thompson Staffing, Lifestream Spa & Boutique and Bonnet House.


2-2:30: Hat & Matching Suitcase

2:45-3:15: Menage a Trois

3:30-4: Jazz Survivors

4:15-4:45: Washington Brooks Band

5-5:45: Dear Kate/Silver Nightingale and the Precious Metal

6-6:30: Tranea Luxe

6:45-7:15: John Earl Walker Band

7:30-8: Swampcats

8:15-8:45: Fifth Wheel Trio

9-9:30: Sista Marybeth

9:45-10:15: Hoodoo Blues Band

10:20-10:50 Haikaa

All are performing free at Goodstock to help the Humanity Project’s thousands of kids who learn to treat each person with equal respect.

The cost is just $24 in advance, the same price charged for a three-day ticket to the August 1969 Woodstock festival. At the door, guests will pay $30. All festival goers also get a free drink at the delightful Kelly Brothers Irish Pub, which hosts live music regularly. They’re putting on Goodstock at no charge.

Advance tickets can be purchased online via:

In addition to ticket sales,  funds will also be raised through the sale of Goodstock logo T-Shirts.

For information about The Humanity Project, please visit:

Event updates and discussion can be found via Facebook event page:

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Date(s) - 08/18/2019
2:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Kelly Brothers Irish Pub 3045 N Federal Hwy, Fort Lauderdale, FL, Broward