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THIRD WORLD
Concert and Dance Party

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Get Up and Party with THIRD WORLD - Dance Area Provided
Legendary Reggae Band - 10 Grammy Nomination
Saturday, December 10, 2016 - at The New Hazlett Theater

Get Up and Party with THIRD WORLD - Dance Area Provided | Live in Pittsburgh | Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 8 pm | Click to Get Tickets OnLine NOW - Other Ticket Outlets Below
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    Get Up and Party with THIRD WORLD - Dance Area Provided

    Celebrating 43 years, THIRD WORLD is one of the longest-lived reggae bands of all time, and one of Jamaica’s most consistently popular crossover artists.

    Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 8 pm

    Tickets: ShowClix.com

    Other Ticket Outlets Below

    Venue: The New Hazlett Theater

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    Get Up and Party with THIRD WORLD - Dance Area Provided

    With 10 Grammy nominations and a catalogue of charted smash hits, like “Now That We Found Love” and “Try Jah Love”, THIRD W0RLD is an institution whose themes are positive, progressive, and internationally relevant.

    Saturday, December 10, 2016 - 8 pm

    Tickets: ShowClix.com

    Other Ticket Outlets Below

    Venue: The New Hazlett Theater

Third World - Song Title: 96 Degrees

ShowClix Ticket Link

Tickets Available:

On-Line: ShowClix.com

Dave's Music Mine - 1210 E Carson St., Pittsburgh, PA 15203 | South Side | 412.488.8800

Dorsey's Records - 7416 Frankstown Ave., Pittsburgh, PA 15208 | Homewood | 412.731.6607

Stedeford's Record Shop - 417 East Ohio Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 | North Side | 412.321.8333

Funding for this project is provided by:
The Heinz Endowments, Advancing the Black Arts in Pittsburgh Fund,
The Opportunity Fund, and the The Pittsburgh Foundation

Marshall Allen: Son of Ra - JazzTimes.com Article | Kente Arts Alliance

Marshall Allen: Son of Ra

The jazz life is not one geared toward retirement. Despite such occupational hazards as late nights and travel often best described as barebones, elder statesmen continue to do good work in and out of town. But few are as enduring as saxophonist Marshall Allen, age 92, or as busy. One gets the sense that hell or high water, Marshall Allen will depart Planet Earth much as Sun Ra and his longtime saxophonist John Gilmore did—as a member of the Arkestra.

Read more at JazzTimes.com

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