With a sold out concert of 3,000 present at their New York City performance, the Amoeba Culture 2015 Tour was indeed a success for the artists and fans alike.
But not only was it just for them, but also for the organizers behind the event as well.
As the last tour stop in New York City took place on March 28, 2015 at Terminal 5, concert organizer Music Enkor collaborated with MOI’M to donate and present a five thousand dollar check to the Korean American Family Service Center.
Prior to the concert, all three organizations gatherered for a short meet and greet where MOI’M, Korean student organization reps from Baruch, FIT, SVA, Pratt, Columbia, Rutgers and Parsons, and KAFSC took photos with the artists behind Amoeba Culture.
According to MOI’M, the collaboration in taking part of the first sold out Korean hip-hop concert event marks the beginning of even more events to come! “We are all about bridging one another, while bringing positive influence to the society and also having fun at the same time,” MOI’M Co-CEO Yeong Lim said.
When asked about future plans for MOI’M and potential collaborations, they’ve already got their eyes and hands on exciting projects.
“MOI’M is already in the talks to collaborate with some of the most respected Korean entertainment, music, film, sports, and even art organizations in the near future, and we are extremely excited to be part of amazing teams and projects.” Check the photos below of Amoeba Culture taking photos with members of MOI’M and their student organizations and KAFSC that made The First Chapter tour possible!