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Climbing Poetree + Leah Song (Rising Appalachia) + Paula Fuga + Pacific Tongues + Seph1
Tenney Theater: ST. Andrew's Cathedral
Honolulu, HI
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**Online ticket sales will end at 3:00 p.m. day of the show but tickets will still available at the door!**

Doors: 7 Show: 7:30-11pm

Girlfest Hawaii, Justice & Outreach of St. Andrew's Cathedral, and MamaWisdom Productions present:

Climbing Poetree's Hurricane Season: Underground Voices Transforming Unnatural Disasters

After touring 50 cities on a bus converted to run on recycled veggie oil, Hurricane Season was selected for a month-long run at the world renowned National Black Theater in Harlem with sold-out shows, and featured at the Newark Symphony Hall. This award-winning theater production interweaves spoken-word poetry, video projection, and a sound collage of personal testimonies. Hurricane Season connects the issues that surfaced in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina to the "unnatural disasters" disenfranchised communities are experiencing nationwide and worldwide on a daily basis. Hurricane Season tackles environmental injustice, policing,  militarization, corporate domination, and displacement as they manifest from one gulf to another, with a powerful tale of resistance, resilience, creativity and survival.

Leah Song (of Rising Appalachia) featuring Biko Casini:

Hailing out of New Orleans, songstress, musician, multi-instrumentalist, storyteller, and global griot steeped in the traditions of Southern Soul and international Roots Music delivers pure magic through song. Intentionally self-managed and produced for the last 6 years, they have toured heavily both nationally and internationally boasting events all across the globe including: Joshua Tree Music Fest, Envision Festival, Burning Man, Rootwire, Naropa University, the Kennedy Center in Washington DC, National Public Radio All Songs Considered,  Lightening in a Bottle, Symbiosis, and the Ozara festival in Hungary.

Paula Fuga

Exquisite vocals, powerful lyrics and gorgeous melodies have earned Paula widespread critical praise and an incredibly dedicated fan base. Paula Fuga is a musician on a mission. Though many play music for the platitudes or acclaim, Paula plays music for a culture, spreading the thoughtful and evocative voice of the Hawaiian people across the world.

Pacific Tongues:

The Youth Speaks of the Islands, this powerful group of young poets are sure to open your mind, and blow you away!

Music by DJ Seph1
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Tenney Theater: ST. Andrew's Cathedral (View)
229 Queen Emma SQ
Honolulu, HI 96813
United States

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