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ONIPA ABUSIA IN CONJUNCTION WITH DINIZULU CULTURAL ARTS INSTITUTE INVITE YOU TO THEIR 53rd ODWIRA FESTIVAL AFRICAN (AKAN) NEW YEAR

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ONIPA ABUSIA IN CONJUNCTION WITH DINIZULU CULTURAL ARTS INSTITUTE INVITE YOU TO THEIR 53rd ODWIRA FESTIVAL AFRICAN (AKAN) NEW YEAR

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ONIPA ABUSIA IN CONJUNCTION WITH DINIZULU CULTURAL ARTS INSTITUTE INVITE YOU TO THEIR 53rd ODWIRA FESTIVAL

AFRICAN (AKAN) NEW YEAR

ONLINE VIA ZOOM.

SATURDAY OCTOBER 23rd 2021

This is a fundraiser for DCAI & Onipa Abusia

Donations are welcomed!

$35/ $50 / $75 Event time starts at 7 pm EDT

Early Bird, General Admission and VIP tickets AVAILABLE NOW!

Ticket Details:

◻️ General Admission (GA)

$35 Early Bird GA Available September 1 - September 30

$50 GA Available October 1 - October 23 (5 pm)

Ticket includes access to VIRTUAL ODWIRA SHOW:

African Art, Culture, Music, Entertainment!

Virtual Doors Open 8:10 pm

◻️ VIP Package $75 Available September 1 - October 23 (5 pm)

Virtual VIP Pre-Show Doors Open 6:45 pm

VIP Package Includes:

▪️ Pre-Show (7-8 pm): Exclusive performance footage of

musical "THE WICKED STEPMOTHER" produced by

Bosum-Dzemawodzi in 1982.

▪️ Live chat with performers from the musical.

▪️ Special gift (Shipping address required during ticket

purchase).

▪️ Access to Virtual Odwira Show. Virtual Doors open 8:10pm

African Art, Culture, Music, Entertaiment !

For more information please send an email to ONIPAABUSIA@HOTMAIL.COM

Visit our websites to learn more:

DINIZULUARTS.ORG and ONIPAABUSIA.ORG

All donations are tax-deductible

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Organizer Onipa Abusia /Dinizulu Cultural Arts Institute

Organizer of 53rd Annual Odwira Festival

The Dinizulu Cultural Arts Institute is a non-profit organization that studies and disseminates the indigenous traditions and cultures of Africa.These studies also include the experiences and cultural development of Africans in the Diaspora. Our goal is to provide a venue for intelligent dialogue and education relating to the traditions of Africa for everyone to respect and appreciate.

 

 

 

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