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COP17: Artists Project Earth presents concert

16 Nov 2011 13:10
Artist Project Earth (APE) will present 'A Climate Change Concert for East Africa' as part of the COP17 conference which will take place on Sunday 4 December 2011 at the Durban beachfront, KwaZula-Natal, South Africa from 3pm and will continue until the early evening.
The lineup will include Johnny Clegg, Jimmy Dludlu, music group Jika Nelanga, acapella group Amaryoni, together with DJ Politburo and other special guests. The concert takes place during during the conference and is open to delegates and the general public.

Proceeds of the tickets, which are available at Computicket at R200 p.p, will go to APE's East Africa Famine Relief.

"APE's presence at COP17 enables us to link the ravages of famine with the reality of climate change" notes APE founder and American songwriter Kenny Young. "By attending the Climate of Change concert you can be an active part of the voices for change at COP17, whilst also helping us to fundraise for our Horn of Africa appeal."

For more, go to www.apeuk.org and visit Artists Project Earth on facebook.

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