The Somali Student Association at the University of Minnesota presents: Somali Night 2017!

Saturday, April 1, 2017

Saturday April 1, 8-10 pm., Northrop, Carlson Family Stage

Doors open at 7:00 pm

Dress code: Semi-formal

SSA’s widely recognized Somali Night is the closing show of our second ever weeklong initiative, Somali Culture Week. Our purpose is to educate the University of Minnesota campus and the Twin Cities community about the rich Somali culture and heritage.

Somali Night aims to highlight the artistic talents within the Somali community by bringing singers, dancers, poets, actors, and fashion designers together to showcase the diverse talents within the community; all for a good cause!

We are excited to announce this year's Somali Night beneficiary is the American Relief Agency for the Horn of Africa (ARAHA) for a third year in a row! This year we are partnering up with ARAHA in order to aid people whoe are suffering from the drought that is currently happening in the Horn of Africa.

This year’s Somali Night is expected to be the biggest and most exciting one yet as SSA brings high powered cultural-fusion performances to the Twin Cities like never before. Don’t miss out on this spectacular event!

UMN Students/Faculty: Free (w/ ID)
General Public: $10 online/presale tickets, $15 at the door


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