This is just a reminder for Banjos Not Bombs this Wednesday. This event is shaping up to be a real happening! The banjo finale is going to be a hoot. We know of at least 20 folks who have fashioned their own banjos out of all sorts of odds and ends. You can too!
The final lineup, besides our featured act, Roy Zimmerman includes, Emily Kaitz, Still on the Hill, Trout Fishing in America, Guy Ames, Robin Rues, Doug Shields, and Dave Malm. All satire all night. Anyone with a banjo (or banjo like object) will get in for just $5!
Here are the details one more time. Bring a cushion if you want to sit on the floor. Don't miss this event!!!!
Thanks, Kelly and Donna
Banjos Not Bombs - Sit In/ Concert/ Happening
'A Night of Political Satire'
Featuring Roy Zimmerman, America's greatest living political satirist,
along with local favorites including Emily Kaitz, Still on the Hill, Trout Fishing in America, Guy Ames, Robin Rues, Doug Shields, and Dave Malm.
Wednesday, March 2nd at the Uark Ballroom, 7:00 PM
Bring your banjo!
Banjo players of ANY SKILL LEVEL are invited to join us in our attempt to set the
world records for 'Most Banjos on stage at once playing a protest song'
Chairs will be available for those who don't prefer the floor.
Tickets at the door - $10/ Students with ID or anyone with a banjo - $5
Presented by the Omni Center for Peace, Justice, and Ecology
For more information call 582 2291