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WITHOUT BORDERS FEST
TROPICALIA
WASHINGTON, DC
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WITHOUT BORDERS FEST
Alumbra Nights Presents: Without Borders Fest

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On Thursday, February 28th, 2013, Alumbra Nights takes over one of the hottest venues on the U Street Corridor to host the first ever "Without Borders Fest!"

At Alumbra and Apuesta por el Rock we believe music is a universal language without borders and by bringing international artists to perform alongside our local DC talent we hope to show that music can transcend language and varying musical styles.

WITHOUT BORDERS FEST

LIVE MUSIC BY:

-ALIKA
An Uruguayan-Argentine artist with the reality of roots, the friendliness of reggae, the force of dancehall, and the sincerity of Hip Hop. Her charisma and presence on stage allowed her to play in big festivals, soundsystems, theaters, clubs, schools, hospitals, prisons, etc in different cities around the Americas and Europe such as: USA, Mexico, Costa Rica, Venezuela, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Uruguay, Spain and Andorra, a really amazing career for an independent artist.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/ALIKA-NUEVA-ALIANZA/35026983447?fref=ts

Listen to Alika here: https://soundcloud.com/alika-2

-The Shifters
Rocksteady reggae band.
http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Shifters

-Love, Peace, & Tree (VA)
Pop-punk, experimental.
http://www.facebook.com/LovePeaceandTree703?fref=ts

-Kill Lincoln
Mix of ska, pop-punk, metal and hardcore into a dance mosh frenzy.
http://www.facebook.com/KillLincolnDC

DJ SETs BY:

-DJ Mafe (Maracuyeah)
Cumbia Electronica
http://maracuyeah.com/

-Koalition
Dub - Digital Dancehall
https://soundcloud.com/k593

-DJ APER
Latin Reggae and Ska
http://www.facebook.com/pages/Alumbra-dc/432893230099046?fref=ts

Body Paint by:

Luis "Sugar" Ortega
Diego Romay

Tinku Dance perform by San Simon Tinkus-VA

Tinku, an Andean tradition, began as a form of ritualistic combat. It is native to the northern region of Potosí in Bolivia. In the language of Quechua, the word "tinku" means encounter. In the language of Aymara it means "physical attack."



Additional performances to be announced.

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TROPICALIA (View)
2001 14 st
WASHINGTON, DC 20009
United States


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