Kampe Ansam! (Stand Together!)

Stand Together!

In light of the devastating earthquake in Haiti on January 12th a local coalition of artists and other small business owners will be hosting the fundraising benefit KAMPE ANSAM! (STAND TOGETHER!) at Southpaw (125 5th Avenue bet. Sterling Place and St. John’s Place) in Brooklyn, NY on Sunday, January 24, 2010 from 5-10pm. The benefit will raise critically-needed funds to help support the humanitarian efforts in Haiti, with all proceeds (collected from the door admission, vendor sales and raffle prizes) going to the organizations Yéle Haiti and Doctors Without Borders.KAMPE ANSAM! will feature a variety of pulsating live musical performances by artists who have donated their time and talents to this grassroots effort.

ADMISSION is $10.00, but feel free to be as generous as you’d like.

The benefit will also feature raffles of products and services donated by local businesses. In addition, select vendors will have products on sale and a portion of their proceeds will go to Yéle Haiti and Doctors Without Borders.

The following artists are currently confirmed to participate:
Select cast members from the critically acclaimed Broadway musical FELA!
Tecla Esposito (+ Guillermo Brown)
Gotham Citi
D-Cross (+ facepainting)
FYC (Drastic Measures)
Nadine Michelle
Kalae All Day

DJ Laylo
DJ Parler
DJ Kraff Swagger

Richard Louissaint
Elizabeth Allen (EMA Photography)

Even if you are unable to attend, please share this event with a friend, neighbor, co-worker, someone from your church, a complete stranger…Spread the word!


~ by Amilio on January 21, 2010.

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