Earth Night Concert Seattle Apr 22

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Earth Night Concert Seattle Apr 22 says
Culture Yard + Neumos Present
Earth Night Reggae Hip Hop Folk Celebration with
Live Painting by Spencer Sinner Artworks!
Plus Highlights from the Environmental Movement

Ages 21+ only Night Life show - Doors open 8 PM
$15 Admission

Celebrate EARTH DAY APRIL 22, 2015 - Respect, Honor and Give Back to your gracious Host, Mother Earth! There are many opportunities to participate in your vicinity on that day...resolve to be an example to your community and to the youths. Clean up. Heal up. Plant up. Educate yourself. Volunteer for the greater good. There will be Earth Day events at all the Schools, Colleges and Universities around Seattle. Join us later at Neumos Seattle to cap off the Day with earth-conscious music from Artists who get it: One People, One Earth, One Love.

Warrior King is a reggae singer from Jamaica (born 27th of July, 1979) who has been touring the world since 2002. He has Five quality albums released since his debut album "Virtuous Woman"(2001) earned him critical acclaim and drew international attention. "Hold The Faith" and "Love Is In The Air" followed in 2005 and 2009. King‘s fourth studio album "Tell Me How Me Sound" dropped in 2011, and as promised is touring behind his 2015 "Rootz Warrior" album. With a healing attitude and message sung over roots-reggae riddims, and an energetic and fun stage-performance, Warrior King's performance should be broadcast city-wide! Come catch the Warrior for Truth and Rights

Marv Ellis Official is conscious hip-hop for the clean energy age. Coming out of rural Oregon with lyrics to make the world spin; beats to plant seeds of generosity; and a band to wow you, this is Marv Ellis and the WE Tribe debut performance in Seattle! Fire Conscious, Free of Fear

Jim Page ( was born in California in 1949 and grew up into the 1960’s in the San Francisco Bay Area. The music and artistic experimentation of those days left a lasting impression on him. The politics and social awareness was a part of everything that was going on and it has stayed that way in Jim’s music ever since. Since 1966 Jim has been writing and performing original folk songs to wake people up to the social turmoil inherent in society.

Sarah Christine is a soul-singer based in the Puget Sound region who cares deeply for the Earth. We are looking forward to Her feminine energy grounding this special gathering.

21+ only / Door open 8 PM
$15 Advance Tickets from

We have a Lot to Learn from Our Home this Earth

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