Annual Benefit for Tariro Collaboration Concert at Outpost Performance Space, Albuquerque
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Annual Benefit for Tariro Collaboration Concert

Music equals Hope

Courtesy of the artist
Kubatana Marimba Band

In the Shona language of Zimbabwe, the word tariro means hope. The word is also the name of a multinational nonprofit aimed at helping young women, orphans and other displaced peoples in the upheaval-filled nation of Zimbabwe. On Saturday, Feb. 3, The Outpost Performance Space presents its Annual Benefit for Tariro Concert. This year's recital features performances by Kubatana Marimba Southwest, Albuquerque's best marimba band, and Wagogo, a Burque world beat ensemble that features legendary local players like Armando Ortega engaging the best in native New Mexican folk, Caribbean and African grooves. This annual event is meant for all ages: a suggested donation of $20 gets listeners through the door and children under 12 are free. Remember it's for a cause so joyful dancing and getting lost in the color and flavor of it all are totally acceptable. The performance begins at 7pm and continues until 9 that evening. (August March)

Saturday Feb 3, 2018

210 Yale Blvd SE
Albuquerque, NM 87106
US

Phone: 268-0044
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Cost:

$20

Contact:

Outpost Performance Space
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Kubatana Marimba Southwest and Wagogo present their annual benefit for Tariro Collaboration Concert a non-profit working to educate young women in Zimbabwe.

Kubatana Marimba SW & Wagogo present their Annual Benefit for Tariro Collaboration Concert to raise money for Tariro (http://tariro.org/ ), a non profit organization working to educate and empower young women and girls in Zimbabwe.
Suggested donation $20 at the door only. Children Under 12 free.