Legends Do Live is a Non Profit 501c3 organization dedicated to cultivating individuals’ natural gifts and producing positive contributors to society. We are an extraordinary group with a variety of interests, backgrounds, beliefs and experiences. Our vision is to establish and maintain a culture that promotes higher social, economic and intellectual status while strengthening the community for young professionals through engaging interviews, social media, and on site experiences.
People have been asking us “What is Legends Do Live”? Legendary is a movement that was created for the youth by the youth! We want to show everyone that whatever you dream of CAN come true despite situations in your life that make it seem as if your dreams cannot happen. Be apart of the lifestyle and follow us on social media platforms – @legendsdolive. Subscribe to our YouTube channel at “The Legendary Series” and always remember, Dare To Be YOU!
Doors Open: 6PM
Location: Sam Houston High School 9400 Irvington Blvd Houston, Tx 77076
Entry: $5 (Students $2)
If you purchase a ticket online, please bring your purchase confirmation to the gym. Students will be required to show their student ID before entry.
Legends Do Live was please to impact class of 2016 with the inaugural Legendary Senior Fest. Awarding over $3,000.00 in scholarships and resources for the Senior Class of 2016 for Jack Yates High School. Students were empowered, motivated, and pumped to move forward to their next matriculation in collegiate Life. Students had access to receive FREE HIV/STD testing from the Houston Health Department as well as learning about food literacy at the Houston Food Bank!
There will never be anyone else like you in the future of the universe. We challenge you to be you!
Challenge yourself to be better! Take the Legendary Challenge and join the conversation!
Hey, my name is Ricky Musgrove and I’m a freshman business major at TCU and I just wanted to keep in contact with you because i loved your presentation and my goal is to become legendary.. I know you’re a busy man but I would like to get tips and advice from a successful black man that helped change my life.Ricky Musgrove,
I’m a sophomore Computer Engineer major at the University of Arkansas. I was wondering if you had any opportunities that I could benefit from. My female friend heard you speak at the Southwestern Black Leadership Conference during lunch. When she told me about what you’ve done technology wise like making apps it really sparked my interest because I have a passion for technology which is why I chose to be a Computer Engineer major.Kaelon Scott,