Concerts to Restore Humanity
One Day Festivals
Nationally Recognized Headliners
Popular Regional Bands
Organizations Serving the Needs
of Refugees & Immigrants
Coming to Performance Venues throughout
Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California and Beyond
BorderAid is the first concert series dedicated to restoring and strengthening lives at borders worldwide
We use the power of music to promote and fund on the ground work that transforms borders into gateways for political, social and economic well being.
Human rights emergencies are unfolding in real time at borders around the globe. In the Americas, dark economic, political, and criminal forces have metastasized, forcing large numbers of refugees from Central America into a dangerous migratory journey northward.
Borders have become oversimplified flashpoints for xenophobia, sabre rattling and political scapegoating.
All the while, real people, real lives and whole communities are at stake. Many are forced to leave their countries due to social, economic or environmental strife. Border communities grapple with how to appropriately address and care for these new arrivals. BorderAid addresses both issues.
The U.S. government’s actions toward these people have left them at grave risk. Thousands of asylum seekers and unaccompanied children find themselves in prisons, detention facilities and deportation centers. Displaced families languish in shelters in some of Mexico’s most dangerous border cities. Seven children died in detention centers in 2020.
We produce music festivals that draw awareness to, educate about, and catalyze direct action for restoring well being at borders worldwide. We define well being as personal safety and dignity blended with political and economic opportunity.
BorderAid concert events raise money for organizations working across the immigration justice, human rights and humanitarian aid spectrum and raise awareness of the complex issues involved.
Beneficiary organizations include those providing legal services, medical aid, family reunification assistance, and basic food & housing.