Tickets are now on sale for the eighth edition of the festival featuring live music by several artists from the Americas, beginning at 6:30 p.m. and open to all ages
The Navajo word for “thank you” is aho. In the spirit of gratitude and Native American culture comes the Todo el Mundo Dice AHO! Medicine Music Concert scheduled for Friday, September 17, 2021, in the Banyan Bowl at Pinecrest Gardens (11000 SW 57th Ave, Pinecrest, FL 33156).
Several different regions and traditions will be represented by five musical acts. Tickets are available online at bit.ly/AHO_21, all ages are welcome, and doors open at 5 p.m. The music will begin promptly at 6:30 p.m.
“Despite the logistical setbacks due to the pandemic, we are happy to be able to connect Community Arts & Culture with the TEMDA concert,” says event producer Eric Vazquez. “We are looking forward to welcoming all these wonderful artists and the event itself to our roster of programs.”
Featured artists include Jesús Hidalgo, Teresa de Jesús and Musiana (Venezuela), EKeKo Nation (Argentina), and Shimshai (Washington) and Susana (Colombia).
Jesús Hidalgo is a singer / songwriter and producer who recognizes Mother Earth as an entity with rights worthy of respect.
Teresa Padron considers herself a guardian of Mother Earth, and a singer / songwriter of the path of consciousness dedicated to facilitating ancestral circular dances, sacred circles, and moon dances.
Author, singer, and multi-instrumentalist Tonolec Diego Perez (AKA EKeKo Nation) spreads his socio-environmental sound message as an activist who has released three albums, including Qomunidad, earning him about one and a half million plays on Spotify.
Musiana expresses her intimacy with life and the mysticism that has accompanied her from a very young age through a bossa nova and folk-influenced sound.
Shimshai’s music invokes the sentiment of ancestral devotion and dedication to higher consciousness, and partner Xochitlquetzalli (Susana) is a medicine woman steeped in the Indigenous traditions of North, Central and South America.
There will be several vendors present, including a booth representing the performing artists, one for the wellness advocate Doterra, and one showcasing Community Arts & Culture. Concessions will be available through Pinecrest Gardens.
Event support generously provided by the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs. For more information, please visit TodoElMundoDiceAho.com or call 305-669-6990.