Reggae For Refugees: The Human Rights // DJ Friendlyness // The Beaudelaires

Friday March 11, 2016

Reggae For Refugees
THE HUMAN RIGHTS crowdfunding & 2016 tour to support the International Development and Relief Foundation
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www.thehumanrights.ca/r4r
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The Human Rights
www.thehumanrights.ca

W/ DJ Friendlyness (Big Sugar)

The Baudelaires
https://thebaudelaires.bandcamp.com/

Toronto

modern roots reggae innovators The Human Rights are proud to announce their 2016 Spring Tour which will take place from mid-March to late May. The tour will be in support of their second full-length album, simply entitled The Human Rights, and a groundbreaking social justice initiative spearheaded by the band.

"The Human Rights are looking forward to the opportunity to do our thing on this Spring tour, which is to bring real Roots Reggae music to the people" says Friendlyness, who is also well-known across Canada as a member of Canadian rock reggae pioneers Big Sugar.“We feel very blessed and are very happy with the new album, and proud of the work it represents. We've wanted to do what we can to help the world situation through music, and we are excited to support the IDRF through ReggaeForRefugees.”

The Human Rights are raising money to make the tour possible through a crowdfund campaign launching Thursday, December 17th. 10% of all donations to the fund will benefit ReggaeForRefugees, a reggae music movement founded by Friendlyness to make a real contribution to helping people all over the world who are who are suffering from displacement and underdevelopment due to conflicts and other social issues. The Human Rights are donating a portion of monies earned from reggae music to the International Development and Relief Foundation. www.thehumanrights.ca/r4r

The IDRF is a Canadian registered charitable organization dedicated to empowering the disadvantaged people of the world. They provide effective humanitarian aid and sustainable development programs, without discrimination, based on the Humanitarian principles of self-reliance, social justice and human dignity. For more information please visit http://idrf.com/

The Human Rights’ self-titled album is set to release on March 11, 2016.

$15 Advance
$20 at Door

**Early Show**
Doors at 7:00PM
Show starts at 8PM

Followed by the Fresh Fade Friday DJs

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47 King Street North, N2J 2W9
Waterloo
11 March , Friday 19:00

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