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Anjelique Kidjo
Concert
Date: February 8, 2014
Time: 7:30 pm

Location: Show map
Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
McGlohon Theater
130 N. Tryon Street
Charlotte, NC 28202

Phone: 704.372.1000
Site: www.carolinatix.org

clientuploads/calendar_photos/kidjo5.jpgBorn in Benin (West Africa), Angelique Kidjo is a Grammy award-winning music recording artist deemed "Africa's premier diva" by Time Magazine. Kidjo's internationally acclaimed repertoire includes collaborations with various recording artists such as Carlos Santana, Peter Gabriel, Alicia Keys, Josh Groban, Branford Marsalis, Joss Stone, and many more. Known for her dynamic and uplifting music, she has translated her distinctive work in the arts to that of philanthropy; by promoting education for girls in Africa through her foundation, Batonga and as a UNICEF Goodwill ambassador Kidjo travels the world to inspire and empower.

Doors 7:30 PM / Music 8:00 PM
Tickets: $39.50 Orchestra Front
$34.50 Orchestra Rear
$29.50 Balcony

Tickets can be purchased in advance at the Box Office (Belk Theater Lobby), online at CarolinaTix or by phone at 704.372.1000




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