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You are cordially invited to join Konbit Mizik at the gorgeous rooftop Bar d'Eau at the Trump Soho with incredible music, blessed people, and beautiful vibes. In collaboration with Les Couleurs, we will enjoy breathtaking views of Manhattan while tasting the richness of Haitian culture with soulful house beats and live traditional Haitian drumming and horns by Dja Rara! BUY TICKETS: http://bit.ly/1PbcQDg Tickets are 100% Tax-deductible There are no ticket sales at the door Location: Trump Soho Hotel - Rooftop 246 Spring St, NY NY 10013 Date: Wed., August 26th, 7:30 - 11:30 PM Open Bar: 7:30 - 8:30 Altaneve Rosé Entertainment: DJ Set by DeepJust AQuaBeaT https://soundcloud.com/deepjust 10 - 10:30 PM Dja Ra Ra band performance http://honkfest.org/bands/dja-rara/ Dress code: Red, white, and/or rosé Konbit Mizik (www.konbitmizik.org) is a 501c3 non-profit organization in Port-au-Prince which uses music to engage youth in grassroots organizing, community service, education and development. 50% of the proceeds will go to Konbit Mizik music programs for underserved children in Haiti in collaboration with Les Couleurs (www.lescouleursnyc.org) and 50% will go to our volunteer community clean-up Pwoje Netwayaj as we expand to more neighborhoods throughout Port-au-Prince.
Halloween Costume Party Theme: Zombies, but you may wear any costume you like. There will be contests so choose your costume wisely. YOU DO NOT HAVE TO COME IN COSTUME. BUT IF YOU CAN PLEASE DO. Costume Contest: Ugliest Zombie! Scariest Zombie! Sexiest Zombie! Prizes will be announced! $10 Before 11pm $15 after 11pm (18+) 5105 Church Avenue Between E 51st and E 52nd street 2nd floor Directions: Take 2 or 5 to church ave, then take the B35 to church ave and E 51st street. Or take the 3 or 4 train to Utica and take the bus to church ave. Please Note: The dollar van runs 24 hours a day on church ave and utica.
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Who Are We?
Lot Bo Dlo: “The Other Side of the Water” in Haitian Kreyol, signifies the groups commitment to keeping their Haitian culture alive and intact in Diaspora.
Djarara Lot Bo Dlo was founded in 1996. Members passionate vision to recreate a vibrant Hatian community in Brooklyn led to the...See Full Bio