Posted: Friday, June 22, 2018. 7:14 pm CST.
By BBN Staff: Today, the United States Embassy in Belize announced the visit of the music group Dawn Drake & ZapOte to Belize.
The group will be touring Belize from June 28 to July 1, 2018.
The United States shares the best of the U.S. arts community with the world to foster cross-cultural understanding and collaboration and to demonstrate shared values and aspirations.
American arts professionals – including performing artists, visual artists, poets, playwrights, theatrical and film directors, curators, and others– travel overseas to conduct workshops, give performances, and mentor young people.
U.S. music programs seek to connect with the international public who might not otherwise have the opportunity to engage with American arts professionals.
The U.S. Embassy says that it is very excited that the group chose to visit Belize.
The group will conduct a series of concerts and interactive workshops in Belize city, Belmopan and San Pedro, Ambergris Caye.
Below is the group’s itinerary for their tour in Belize:
Monday, June 25:
10:30AM Workshop at Stella Maris School
2:30PM Workshop with Local Musicians at Bliss Center
Venue: Bliss Center
Tuesday, June 26:
10:00AM Concert at Market Day
Venue: Belmopan Market, in front of the Civic Center
Audience: Belmopan community and surrounding villages
2:00PM Music workshop with Panerrifix Steel Band
Venue: Panerrifix Studio, Ring Road, Belmopan
Wednesday, June 27:
10:00AM Music workshop with primary school students
Venue: Civic Center, Ring Road, Belmopan
7:00PM Concert (opening Artists: Ras Indio and Stig D Artist)
Venue: Mae Gordon Park
Friday, June 29:
1:00PM Interactive Workshop/Jam Session with Local Musicians
Venue: Banyan Bay Grand Colony Island Villas, San Pedro Ambergris Caye
8:00PM Concert at Saca Chispas Stadium, San Pedro Ambergris Caye
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