BEGINNER AFRODANCE WORKSHOP
Don't Jealous Me Tour
Saturday November 16th, 2019
9 st. Catherine St.
Montreal Quebec H2X 1K3
$20 online | $25 at the Door
Catch the Don't Jealous Me Tour in Montreal with Melo Omat! Grab that water bottle, a face towel, some comfortable clothes, and the courage to stand out and let your personality show! Don't miss out.
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Don't Jealous Me
The Don't Jealous Me Tour Is Partnering with Camp Discovery to raise funds for more kids to be able to participate next year.
Camp Discovery is a thematic summer day camp for children 3-10 in Nigeria. The program is focused on using exciting activities such as dance, outdoor play, experiments, and art to create impactful learning experiences. Through these experiences, Camp Discovery hopes to foster a supportive environment for campers as they grow into well-rounded individuals who will make an impact.
The Don't Jealous Me Tour is Partnering with Camp Discovery to raise funds for more kids to be able to participate next year. Part of the proceeds will go to Camp Discovery for this purpose. Direct Donations will also be collected online and at workshops.
For more information about Camp Discovery, check out the links below:
*Camp Discovery is not a non-profit organization. Donations are not tax-deductible.
How You Can Donate
A portion of every purchase gets donated to Camp Discovery!
1) Buy a ticket to the Don't Jealous Me Event in your area!
2) Donate $3 to enter a raffle and win free merchandise at the event. You can donate with your ticket, or when you check-in at the event.
3) Donate $5 to enter our 50 for 50 programs where you have a chance to win half the donation pot at the end of the tour. You can donate with your ticket, or when you check-in at the event.
4) You can purchase waist beads (directly from Nigeria) or bracelets at the Don't Jealous Me Event!
Help us reach our goal of $2000 by December 7th!
Melo is a passionate dance artist that draws inspiration not only from his origin but also from his multiple travels. Born in the Ivory Coast and originally from the Democratic Republic of Congo, he has lived in several African countries, the United States, and has resided in Canada for a little over 10 years. With his cultural upbringing, and his years working as a choreographer and performer, he created a dance group called Uplift in 2015, a movement that mixes African dance, Hip Hop, popular dance moves and other styles.
Uplift strength comes from its dancers / Choreographers who are passionate about what they do. Mostly self-taught dancers, they each bring to the table their own set experiences ranging from music videos to international & local performances to live television.
"It is through the various influences of our dancers who originate from all walks of life and ethnicity that we create a unique Afro choreography."
Learn more about Melo by clicking the link below!