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Pan Am Games Toronto 2015 opening ceremony.
Join EMAN The Warrior at the Afrika Djelly on January 30 at 812 Bloor St W, Toronto for good music. Toronto's only African music, live band, open mic, dance lesson & DJ party. Ever. Musicians, dancers, drummers, poets, gifted minds & souls collaborate on original azonto, soukous, R&B, zouk, afrobeat, makossa, reggae, blues, kwaito, spoken word... all live, fresh & original. Bring your voice, bring a drum, bring your vibes, shake your bum... Our 2015 launch kicks off a revised format - back to our media roots with a fresh vibe that's thoroughly edutaining: * 30 min African dance culture class | with Guest choreographer WITH ADDYDANSE school. * Feature performers backed by Live band Djungle Bouti Orchestra * open mic performance segment * the crowd favourite, DJ Moussa spinning Azonto to Zouk & everything sweet from A to Z * Ethiopian cuisine by Pero Restaurant * Guaranteed 1-time-only cameo performances by... ah, "If we told you who, we'd have to charge more!" Seriously, it happens every time. * Door & dance battle prizes Afrika Djelly features exciting combinations of dancers, singers & musicians from Ghana, Senegal, India, Nigeria, Kenya, Jamaica, Cote D'Ivoire, Zimbabwe, USA, Ethiopia, France, Trinidad, Ireland, Burundi, Sudan, Uganda, S. Africa, Congo, Morocco.... even Toronto. Host & Musical Director: former AfroFest President/ Artistic Director & CKLN DJ: Kobèna Aquaa-Harrison , Co-Host & Dance Chorteographer: Addy Bidjo Live SoundsofAfrica" personality: Kokofele, crowd favourite DJ Moussa and special guests. Supported by: Lagoon Music, African Musicians Association, African Invasion Movement #AIM, African Drum Arts and Craft, Shaw Percussion, Abandze Embassy Good people, good music, good food, good vibes Blakbird" at Pero Restaurant and Lounge 812 Bloor St W near Ossington $10.. Performers VIP free with sign up (Supporting the SESIA international arts exchange project, Ghana.)
Grupo Luso Pirotecnia (GLP) was created in 1995 by the union of four Portuguese fireworks companies that united their forces to organize the biggest event ever realized in Portugal: The International Fair – Expo 1998 – Lisbon. Granted by the success of their collaboration for this event, the GLP still continues strong today and is now composed by 8 companies. For their performance at the event, the team will invite spectators to tune in “Radio Artifice”, an 80’s radio program presenting all the greatest musical successes of the era, from Bon Jovi to A-Ha. By reliving the days of neon, glam metal and electro-pop, the team aims to make the viewers dance, laugh and dream. On August 9th, will you be on the right frequency?
Canada Day 2014 performing Ethiopian traditional dances with Sebseb Belu dancers in Toronto.
Toronto World Refugee Day will be celebrated with musical and dance performances at the Daniels Spectrum Artscape Lounge and Aki Studio with entertainment, food and a cash bar. Refugees will be telling their stories throughout the evening. Join us to celebrate with them and with all refugees on this special day. FIRST EVENT: When: 20 June 2014, 4:00pm – 6:00 pm; 8:00 pm- 9:30 pm* Where: Artscape Lounge, Daniels Spectrum facility, 585 Dundas Street East Event: Reception, Human Library/NGO Tables/6th Annual UNHCR-COSTI Refugees and Human Rights Child and Youth Poetry Contest Winners Announced Download Event flyer (PDF 500 KB) SECOND EVENT: When: 20 June 2014, 6:00pm – 8:00pm* Where: Aki Studio Theatre, Native Earth Performing Arts centre, 585 Dundas St E Event: Evening of Sacred Stories & Music and Dance performances Speakers: El Farouk Khaki, Emanuel Oletho, Mahvash Alasvandi Toghyam Music by: Afrafranto Premiere dance piece: "Passages" *To note that the Artscape Lounge and Aki Studio are adjacent to each other and that some events will be taking place simultaneously. Partners: UNHCR, Amnesty International, Canadian Centre for Victims of Torture, Canadian Red Cross, Christie Refugee Welcome Centre, COSTI Immigrant Services, Sojourn House, Thorncliffe Neighbourhood Office, Centre for Refugee Studies York University Additional Events: Citizenship Ceremony in Mississauga Launch of the Ready Tours in Toronto* Proclamation & UNHCR-COSTI Refugees and Human Rights Child and Youth Poetry Contest Awards Ceremony Flag Raising at City Hall (18-19 June) Buildings Lit Blue: Peace Bridge (Fort Erie) Niagara Falls (Canadian and American) CN Tower (Toronto) www.worldrefugeedayto.ca *Refugee Claimant Orientation Tours! READY TOURS In association with the UNHCR, and in celebration of World Refugee Day, the Refugee Protection Division of the IRB is launching READY TOURS for Refugee Claimants. A READY TOUR provides Refugee Claimants with a FREE opportunity to be better prepared for their hearing, see a hearing room, learn what happens at the hearing, and ask questions about the process. The READY TOURS launch is open to the public and will take place on Friday, June 20th from 1:30 - 3:00 pm, on the second floor of 74 Victoria St.in Room #49 . All are welcome! Contact Person: Rana Khan at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sounds Like: akon, Michael Jakson, BRYAN ADAMS official, Usher
Label: Simba Warriors Ent indie Label
Emmanuel aka EMAN the Warrior is an inspirational speaker, singer, song writer, actor, photographer, film producer and an activist based in Ottawa, Canada. EMAN is an extraordinary performer & vocalist, he dances with a power to move crowed with inspirational uplifting music.
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“Music Universal language!!”