Do It For Haiti

This post was written by Form & Reform on February 16, 2010
Posted Under: Boiler Bar and Theater,Entertainment Announcements

Please Join the Giant Iron Snail Art Car the Golden Mean in a benefit for Haiti this Sat

A Monumental Benefit and Clothing Drive
Saturday, February 20, from 2:00 p.m. to midnight
Oakland’s NIMBY will host a full line up of musicians, art installations and performers for a benefit and clothing drive supporting Bay Area organizations working in Haiti.
NIMBY – 8410 Amelia Street, Oakland CA 94621
BART accessible, bicycle and car parking available.
$10  (children under 12 free) Donations of summer weight clothing for children and adults will be accepted on site.
Partnering Organizations:
Architecture for Humanity, CARE, Catholic Relief Services, FONHEP, Kledèv, SOIL, Sirona Cares, What If Foundation, Zanmi Lakay

“DO IT FOR HAITI” Artists and Performers:
From Haiti:
Rosemond Jolissaint:
Seventeen year old Rosemond Jolissaint is one of Haiti’s youngest rising stars. In 2007 he was voted to victory in Haiti’s first annual Digicel Stars competition (the equivalent of American Idol). Since then Rosemond has been attending high school, writing music and performing his music in Haiti and the US to promote social change.
Kalbass Kreyol:
Led by Haitian-born frontman Sophis, Kalbas Kreyol, is a high-energy Afro-Caribbean band that is best known in the Bay Area for its electrifying and uplifting live performances.

From the Bay Area:
The Bodice Rippers:
Joe Rutt and the Ironic Mustache:
Fat Chance Belly Dance with NeferTem:
Funky Beulah:
Diva Marisa:
Naima Shalhoub:
The Society:
Chicken John & Dr. Hal: and
Flaming Lotus Girls:
Omega Recoil – Tesla Coil:
The Museum of Unnatural Selection:
Life Size Mouse Trap:
Therm / Exxotherm:
The Department of Spontaneous Combustion:
The Disgusting Spectacle”
Sustainable Living Road Show:

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