2nd Concert for Hope in South Africa~
Date : 2012-06-26 / Hit : 2830
MANNAM Blossoms Hope in South Africa: 2nd Concert
DATE: Saturday, July 7th
TIME: 7pm ~ 9pm
LOCATION: Naru Culture & Arts Center, Seoul
Nearest subway station is Gonguk Univ. Stn 건대입구역 (Line 2- exit 5) (Line 7- exit 4)
COST: 10,000 won
Tickets for this event can be purchased at the door. (Donations welcomed.)
MANNAM International hosts the second charity concert to help the children of Al Noor Orphanage in South Africa affected by AIDS under the slogan “Mannam Blossoms Hope in South Africa.” Main performers of this concert include MAGNA FALL, an American/Irish three-piece band based in Seoul; 4번출구, comprised of five blind members; Used Cassettes, an Indie-Rock outfit who are 40% American and 60% Canadian; Sammy Clay; and Jesse Day, who has appeared on Star King.
This event is a follow up to the first charity concert early April. Come rock out with the bands and expat performers and support a worthy cause for children on the other side of the world. All proceeds will go to Al Noor Orphanage in South Africa. Children of Al Noor are directly affected by HIV/AIDS as many of their parents are infected by the virus. Donations and proceeds from the event will go towards purchasing school supplies and books for the orphans and disadvantaged children.
1. From Gonguk Univ. Stn (Line 2- Exit 5) --> Cross at the crosswalk --> Turn right and walk straight about 150m in the direction of Cheongdam Bridge (Naru Culture & Arts Center will be on your left)
2. From Gonguk Univ. Stn (Line 7- Exit 4) --> Walk straight out of the Exit --> go straight about 150m in direction of the Cheondam Bridge (Naru Culture & Arts Center will be on your left)
For more information, visit www.facebook.com/mannamblossomhope or the official website: http://www.mannamintl.org. You may also contact Yuseon Lee at 010-8769-6693 with further inquiries.
To find out more about Al Noor Orphanage in South Africa, please visit their official website: http://www.alnoororphanage.org.za