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U.S. Embassy Sponsors Environmentally Conscious Music Tour of VOCAL TRASH

U.S. Embassy Sponsors Environmentally Conscious Music Tour of VOCAL TRASH

December 14
19:00 2018

U.S. Embassy Sponsors Environmentally Conscious Music Tour of
VOCAL TRASH

Monday, December 17, 2018

 8:00 a.m. – Mika Hotel, Kabulonga, Lusaka

U.S. musical activists Vocal Trash will hold a press conference to announce its environmentally themed, free concerts.  The group’s tour of Zambia will take place in Lusaka on December 17-21, 2018.

Vocal Trash is a group of talented performers who produce music using metal trash cans, plastic barrels, water bottles, and other landfill items.  The group has been entertaining the globe with a message of peace, love, and environmental conservation.  The musicians’ mission is to unite the world through song and dance.  They are activists who have dedicated their lives to inspiring others to find hope and joy, while saving the planet.

The group will work with renowned musician B-Flow (Brian Bwembya), artists from the Zambia Association of Musicians, and the Lusaka City Council to raise awareness about sanitation recycling, as well as contributing towards the ongoing Keep Zambia Clean, Green and Healthy campaign.

The U.S. Embassy is supporting Vocal Trash as part of the U.S. Department of State’s Arts Envoy program, which aims to promote cultural exchanges between Zambia and the United States.

WE APPRECIATE YOUR PRESENCE AND COVERAGE

For more information, please contact Information Assistant Mubili Mathews Mumbi via email at mumbimm@state.gov or via phone 0965 050227 or 0211 357 040

U.S. Embassy Sponsors Environmentally Conscious Music Tour of
VOCAL TRASH

Brian Mukubi Moonga

INFORMATION ASSISTANT

U.S. Department of state | U.S. EMBASSY LUSAKA

Phone: +260-211-357-092

Cell: +260-965-849-504|

Email: Moongab@state.gov

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        For members of the press, IRC members, and all visitors to the U.S. Embassy:  Please note that the U.S. State Department has updated security procedures for embassies around the world.  Per new procedures, the U.S Embassy in Lusaka will no longer allow laptops into our facility and visitors will not be able to store laptops with our security guard station while conducting business inside the Embassy.  In addition, the following electronic devices are prohibited: cellphones/mobile phones, smartphones, iPods, other MP3 players, iPads and other tablets, handheld gaming devices, smartwatches, wearable electronic fitness devices, and other electrical or electronic devices.  Exceptions may be made with advance notification/arrangement and permission.  When in doubt, leave your electronic device behind.  Please be in touch with your U.S. Embassy contact with questions.  Thank you!

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