Campus Event on Nov 1st, 2018 with 50 guests
Electrical outlets available
Yes, but it depends on the budget
Age range of audience
They would be scheduled after a Colombian Dance group, so they may come up to stage and set up as needed before 12pm (the first performance) and then they will be on stage at 12:30pm immediately following the dance group. They will have a 30 minute timeslot and someone will be coming up immediately following the performance. We can include a short break if needed for break down after performance. Performance may also stay for the remainder of the event, there will be food served at 2:30pm.
We are looking for a traditional drumming performance that will highlight the culture of the artist for our intercultural festival (2nd annual) to perform at 12:30 - 1pm on Nov. 1st. This event is to encourage students to engage in learning about different cultures.
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