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Boston University's Filipino Students Associations presents: KANTA AT KALINGA KANTA AT KALINGA will be hosted by comedian and one of People Magazine's Hottest Bachelors of 2006- Kevin Nadal! This concert event will feature performances by: ETHAN MENTZER AND BEN ROMANS (of The Click Five) LIL' PHUNK (The Boston Celtic's Offical Junior Dance Crew) LIZ LOHNES (2005 Kellogg's Pop Tart Idol Contest Winner, 2006 Worcester Idol Winner,Concert to Benefit VH1 Save the Music and Fontbonne Academy's Music Department) PHUNK PHENOMENON (WINNER of Prelude East Coast Dance Competition 2008, MA's Biggest Hip Hop Dance Crew) KEVIN NADAL (Comedian, one of People Magazine's Hottest Bachelors of 2006) HYDROPONIKZ (Up-and-coming rapper from NYC) DANNY KATZ (Singer-songwriter) ALFA GARCIA (Singer-songwriter) Video appearances by: AMERICA'S BEST DANCE CREW'S KABA MODERN AND AMERICAN IDOL'S JASMINE TRIAS *** Proceeds from Kanta at Kalinga will go into building the third GK Massachusetts-sponsored village in the Philippines to be named as the "Boston University Massachusetts Village." *** You are not going to want to miss out on this one night only event. Doors will open at 6:30 P.M. and the show will start at 7:00 P.M. You will not want to miss a minute of the show, so try to get there early! Tickets are only $10 and all proceeds from the show will go to the Gawad Kalinga organization. Tickets will be available at the GSU link starting Monday, September 29, 2008!
Public Assembly (Formerly Galapagos) 70 North 6th Street (bet.Wythe & Kent) Brooklyn, NY L Train to Bedford Avenue Doors open at: 8:30pm $10 Advance / $15 @ the Door online tickets here: http://theamclassics.eventbrite.com Performances by: Cynthia Lin Heather Park Jay Legaspi Warhol Soup Chosen 1 Deep Foundation DJ DStrukt Dumbfoundead Hydroponikz Kelly Tsai Koba Lyraflip Magnetic North Misnomer(s) Youthinasia w/ DJ Boo
West Coast show with Kevin Nadal & More!!!
In a rapidly evolving music scene, Ryan “Hydroponikz” Abugan aims not only
to resurrect hip-hop’s golden age but to incorporate new techniques and
sounds to break the barriers of genre: in other words, to make music. Heavily
influenced by 90s NY hip-hop, he’s rocked at SUNY Binghamton, St John's
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