Toubab KreweFebruary 1, 8:00pm - 10:00pm
Leeward Campus, Theatre
Heavily in demand at music festival all across the country this NC based group performs improvisational jams on a mix of West African and rock instruments creating what Shuffle magazine has described music as rooted in West African traditions with the influences of New Orleans funk, Jamaican dub and psychedelic 60s surf. Check ‘em out. It is tough to resist grooving long with them.
$30 adults//$25 students, seniors, military//$23 UH Faculty, Staff, Students//$15 under 12 --- $5 off advance ticket purchases!
Theatre, Leeward Campus
Friday, February 1
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