Haute Event: LudaDay Weekend Kicks off With a Bang


Every year Ludacris hosts a weekend of parties and events to shed light on his cause, The Ludacris Foundation.  In its 8th year, Chris “Ludacris” Bridges is still going strong.   The weekend is always filled with parties, concerts, celebrities and of course music, and this year has been no exception.  The weekend officially kicked off Thursday with a private dinner at Del Frisco’s hosted by Ludacris, Ebony Son Management, DTP, and The Ludacris Foundation.

Music Mogul, Art  Connoisseur, brand ambassador, and one of Luda’s close buddies Swiss Beatz was honored for his contributions to the art community and uplifting culture. He was just one of the celebrity pals to take rally behind Ludacris for the weekend.  The dinner also featured a silent auction which raised a whopping $40,000 in just 15 minutes. Swiss Beatz outbid the crowd on a Thornton Dial painting while others clamored over goodies such as a limited-edition Hublot watch. swiss beats and luda

Other fellow philanthropists honored during the evening  for their contributions to the Atlanta community included, Keshia Knight Pulliam of Kamp Kizzy, Charles McCree of Project Walk A Mile in My Shoes, John Silvey of Zaxby’s and the Cobb County Foster Adoptive Parents Association, and WVEE V-103FM ‘s Greg Street.

keisha knight pulliam
Keisha Knight Pulliam
kenny burns
Kenny Burns
luda and larenz tate
Larenz Tate and Chris “Ludacris” Bridges
Bobby Valentino
Bobby Valentino


Roberta Shields Swiss Beats and his mother
Roberta Shields (Ludacris’ mother), Swiss Beatz, and his Mother
Swizz Beatz, Jeff Dixon, Ethiopia, Chaka Zulu & Marva Bradshaw of Hublot
Swizz Beatz, Jeff Dixon, Ethiopia, Chaka Zulu and Marva Bradshaw of Hublot

Stay tuned for more exclusive coverage on the 8th Annual LudaDay Weekend…..