Musicians Sarah Gillespie, Gilad Atzmon and at least 40 other leading artists from UK and Palestine will try to achieve the impossible in London next week.
They will play together in a massive music festival for Palestine. They are flying musicians to London for the event, mixing jazz with folk, hip hop and roots music. They believe in one thing: that artists who support Palestine must say so loudly and proudly using their music and their voices.
The Jazza Music Festival is serious but is also a big fun party – and we want you to join in!
Jazza Music FestivalFor the line up, click here.
12 & 13 October 2010
@ THE SCALA (http://www.scala-london.co.uk/scala/)
275 Pentonville Road, London
The funds raised in the two nights of the Jazza Music Festival will help the Free Palestine Movement deliver more and more humanitarian aid to Palestine.
We are also proud and delighted to announce that Shadia Mansour, the Palestinian hip hop queen, has also joined the Jazza Festival line up.
You can listen to the amazing Shadia and the mind blowing Stormtrap (ex- Ramallah Underground) singing together on a track produced recently by Gilad Atzmon together with Robert Wyatt and Ros Stephen: "Where are They Now" (Wyatt, Atzmon, Mansur, Stormtrap).
Book tickets online for Tuesday 12 October here.Please circulate this message as far as you can.
Book Tickets online for Wednesday 13 October here.
You can also send in donations here.
Palestine needs your support.
Music against oppression.