Feb
07

Date: Wednesday, Feb 7, 2018

Time: 5:30PM - 7:30PM
Nanaimo Campus

Bldg. 170- Shq'apthut-A Gathering Place


Add to CalendarAll Nations Reggae Symosium02/07/2018 05:30 PM02/07/2018 07:30 PMMM/DD/YYYYAmerica/VancouverServices for Aboriginal Students, Community Cousins and International Education proudly present this special cultural event as part of the VIU All Nations Reggae Symposium. There will be a feature acoustic performance by Quebec Innureggae musician Shauit followed by two shorter performances by Vancouver folk-reggae artist and activist Buckman Coe and Mexican reggae-rocker Ganjo Bassman.The individual performances will be followed by a jam session with all three together!  The evening will also feature Tank Gyal, Vancouver's top reggae/dancehall DJ to keep the vibes going before and after live performances. This a celebration of cultural diversity and anexpression of the hope and resistance that iscentral to global reggae culture. Hosted by Services for Indigenous Students'Su'luqw'a' Community CousinsFaculty of International Education All Nations Reggae Panel:Shauit, Tank Gyal, Ganjo Bassman and Mikey Dangerous will also be part of a panel discussion the following morning (Thurs. Feb. 8) at 10AM in the library boardroom (B305 R507). Everyone welcome Bldg. 170- Shq'apthut-A Gathering Place false

Services for Aboriginal Students, Community Cousins and International Education proudly present this special cultural event as part of the VIU All Nations Reggae Symposium.

There will be a feature acoustic performance by Quebec Innu
reggae musician Shauit followed by two shorter performances by Vancouver folk-reggae artist and activist Buckman Coe and Mexican reggae-rocker Ganjo Bassman.The individual performances will be followed by a jam session with all three together! 

The evening will also feature Tank Gyal, Vancouver's top reggae/dancehall DJ to keep the vibes going before and after live performances.

This a celebration of cultural diversity and an
expression of the hope and resistance that is
central to global reggae culture.

Hosted by 
Services for Indigenous Students
'Su'luqw'a' Community Cousins
Faculty of International Education

All Nations Reggae Panel:
Shauit, Tank Gyal, Ganjo Bassman and Mikey Dangerous will also be part of a panel discussion the following morning (Thurs. Feb. 8) at 10AM in the library boardroom (B305 R507). Everyone welcome


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