Karamu: Fiesta of Latin and African American Music
7:30 PM Saturday
June 14, 2014
Latin and African American music whether it is jazz, salsa, rumba or bachata share roots in Africa and in the cultural embrace of having a great time with family and friends. The Swahili term Karamu means “party” or “fiesta!” We will have an exciting party of cross-cultural engagement between the finest Latin and African American artists in St. Louis. Make your ticket reservations now! Contact us at email@example.com or 314-721-6556. Click here to purchase tickets online.
Come early to the Salsa Con Salsa Event! 6:00 PM-7: 20PM
Learn to dance Salsa with Carmen Guynn, Top African American Salsa Dancer in Midwest
Vote on the “Best St. Louis Salsa Sauce” with 10 Mexican Restaurants attending
Sponsored by the St. Louis - San Luis Potosí Friendship Committee
View the Arts Exhibit featuring Latin American culture and Carnaval celebrations. Sponsored by the Latin Legacy Project
After Salsa con Salsa take a seat and be treated to an evening of Latin music and jazz with St. Louis’ best! A fiesta indeed!
Parking for both events on the Enright side of Union Ave. Church and on the lot of the Missouri Psychiatric Center on Delmar just West of Union Blvd.
Gitana Honored by the St. Louis City Board of Alderman
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