Moksha Roots Live
Friday, September 20, 2013 at 8:00 PM - Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 11:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
*Moksha Roots Live*
7th Circuit Productions and Moksha Family Arts Collective present Moksha Roots Live, also the official after party for The Rhythm Foundation's Big Night in Little Haiti. Come out and vibe with us, support the on-going monthly gallery opening, live music and drum jam that brings together the diverse cultural roots of Miami.
Always featuring new special guests each month, this month's bands inside:
*HAITIAN ALL STARS*
~RUDY D AND FRIENDS~
*GUEST REGGAE BAND*
*MOKSHA ROOTS ALL-STARS*
The Moksha Roots Collective Band is a constant rotation of Miami’s finest roots and world music musicians with international guests. Our special guest musicians all unite to deliver an eclectic Jam. You never know who may join the jam.
This All Star Group includes:
~BAGGA TRAX - HARRY LACOUNTE - RENE BAILEY – RYAN B.~ and special guests!
*GUEST REGGAE BAND*
~AIMEE BEAH MOORE~
*MOKSHA ART GALLERY*
Exhibition opens at 8 pm.
We feature our gallery filled with world renown visionary artists as well as our local Miami Artists.
Check out our new bar with all organic Kava, Kambucha, Roots Drinks, Special Teas and Amazing Juices. There will also be an alcohol bar..
OUTSIDE: FULL MOON DRUM Jam
*UNITY IS CHANGE FULL MOON TRIBAL JAM*
*The Underground Drum Collective*
~Flex Drum Jams~
& many more...
Percussionist, Fire dancers, Hula Hoopers, Musicians, Performers.....
Welcome with FREE Admission until 12:00am!
~Unity is Change~
Bring your own elements to add to this space.
ART OPENING & JAM STARTS @ 8pm
FREE ADMISSION BEFORE 10:00PM
10PM - 4AM 18+Over /$10
THIS MONTH COME AND CELEBRATE YOUR BIRTHDAY WITH US!
$5 Discount for Virgo!
7th Circuit Productions/Moksha Gallery
228 NE 59th ST MIAMI FL 33137
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Moksha Family Arts Collective
From its inception, the artistic collective known as Moksha Family has been a nexus of cultural and artistic expression. Comprised of artists, musicians, technicians, and visionaries, we celebrate the mystery that unites us with an eclectic mix of performances by individuals and groups from the local and international communities. Some performances are contemporary. Some, traditional and sacred. All are magical, meant to explore the inner landscape on the quest for universal oneness. Moksha Family gatherings are celebrations of cultural harmony and higher consciousness; they are not your average events. "Moksha" refers to the Sanskrit term for liberation and enlightenment. Moksha Family believes the arts bring us closer to cultural and spiritual freedom. Visit this site regularly for information about upcoming events and how you can get involved. Thank you for supporting the movement and keeping the vision alive.