Jun 16, 2012
WHEN: 5:00pm - 7:30pm
WHERE: The Camel, 1621 W. Broad Street, Richmond, VA 23220
Internationally acclaimed recording artist and activist Stephan Said will be coming to Richmond June 16th to play a benefit show for the Alliance for Progressive Values at The Camel.
Stephan Said is a singer/rapper/musician, writer, and organizer known for his role in the Arab Spring and Occupy, as well as the Seattle WTO and global antiwar movements before them. Said has recently been featured in publications such as Time, NPR's Talk of The Nation, PRI and New Yorker Mag. Stephan has been called the "Woody Guthrie" of his generation by Billboard Magazine. Talented long time local musician Eileen Edmonds will be opening the show.
The Alliance for Progressive Values (APV) is a volunteer organization founded last year here in Richmond. APV has been working on a number of issues including clean energy and women's reproductive rights. You can find out more at APVonline.org.
Tickets $10 advance $12 at the door.
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