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Weird Folk Fest is partnering with Dudley Café and Y2Y Harvard Square (a student-run shelter) to create an open mic that showcases performance artists in music, poetry, dance, or theatre. Performers who self-identify as homeless, formerly homeless or are facing/have faced housing insecurity are especially welcome!
Featured Speaker: Oompa
My work "Vocal Bagatelle" will be premiered for choir by Quorm
“Community Over Consumption” intends to create an inclusive celebration that redefines what it means to be in this country during the holiday season. We will share our diverse array of experiences through food, music, community warmth and gratitude on this evening with new and old friends.
There will be an open mic followed by featured performers, Anais Azul and Ava Sophia!
Friday November 30th 6:30pm at MakeShift Boston
6:45pm Open Mic
8:30pm Ava Sophia
9pm Anaís Azul
Ongoing and Collaborative:
Potluck: Bring a dish to share as part of the potluck
Gratitude Tree: write messages expressing what you are grateful for.
All ages, no cover, donations welcome
T Accessible (orange line)
Gender neutral bathroom available