Jared Leto has just officially gained one million points and is leading (by far) in our secret ranking of A-listers who like to hang out in Bushwick. Not only he’s pretty much an ultra-renaissance man who does everything from Oscar-winning acting, to playing really good (also award-winning) music with his band 30 Seconds to Mars, he’s also running a start up called VyRT, which might disrupt the way he consume live music. In addition, Jared has recently travelled to Haiti where he spent time as child, to document this magical place in a photography book. (Yes, he’s even a great photographer!) And tonight, Jared is coming back to Bushwick after he played an impromptu acoustic set at Livestream Public back in August. At 6:30PM he will present the photography book Haiti: The Journey Is The Destination –nowhere else than at his favorite spot Livestream Public!
You can look forward to an intimate one-man show, during which Jared will share his personal photos as well as memories from his epic and unforgettable journey. An intimate acoustic performance will follow.
To attend this magical event in person, you might have to break your piggy bank. $300 will admit one and will get you a signed book and a photograph with Jared. However, all proceeds go to Haiti charities personally chosen by Jared. Another option to take part in tonight’s festivities, is to attend the event online via Jared’s platform VyRT (tickets start on $4.99).
Before you sadly proceed to endlessly scroll through Jared’s Instagram, we have some fantastic news for you! Livestream guys are so dope and they love their Bushwick neighbors so much, that they are giving away five tickets exclusively to Bushwick Daily readers! You can enter below by liking Livestream Public on Facebook (the deadline to enter is 4:30PM) and expect to receive an email with further instructions by 5PM.
So see you at Jared tonight, Bushwick!
Jared Leto’s Haiti: The Journey is the Destination, at Livestream Public, 195 Morgan Ave, Brooklyn. VIP check in is 5PM; event starts at 6:30PM. Tickets: $4.50-$300.