Feb 11 2017
The Nile Project

The Nile Project

Presented by UtahPresents at Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah

Come and engage in this global conversation about the unifying power of the arts, and especially music, in advocating for environmental stewardship and sustainability. You’ll be both inspired and entertained by the festive, high-energy music performed by talented young artists from across the globe, using a myriad of traditional East African instruments.

Founded on the belief that music has the power to change perceptions and inspire action, The Nile Project is educating and empowering an international network of global citizens to cultivate the sustainability of their ecosystem. The Nile Project brings together artists from the 11 Nile countries, creating music that combines the region’s diverse instruments, languages, and traditions to find commonality amidst the conflict.

Admission Info

$20 general public
Youth 18 and under $10
Family pack: 4 tickets for $50 (available by phone or in person only)

Discounts available at box office with ID:
U of U students $5 with U ID
Non-U students $10 with school ID
U staff/faculty save 10% with U ID

Phone: 8015817100

Dates & Times

2017/02/11 - 2017/02/11

Location Info

Kingsbury Hall - University of Utah

1395 East President's Circle, Salt Lake City, UT 84112