Ama Chandra: I Lived, Dammit!
Event Type: music/performance
A night of performance dedicated to the audacious human spirit. Baltimore’s own Ama Chandra was a victim of an assault during a home invasion that left her hospitalized for many weeks. An outpouring of love and support from the Baltimore community and an impressive will to recover have helped her get back to the stage for this performance, her first solo show since going into the hospital. With wit and self-assured power, Ama leads her impressive band through new material and old favorites. With special performances by:
ICAF Baltimore (capoeira)
The Fruition Experience and more!
8pm Doors | ADV $20, $17 mbrs. DOOR $23, $20 mbrs.
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