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10/12/2018

Aurelio Martinez Concert

Time: 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
Location: Fenway Center, 77 St. Stephen Street, Boston, MA
Sponsored By: Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies; Department of Music, Northeastern Crossing, John D. O'Bryant African American Institute, Latinx Student Cultural Center, Center for International Affairs and World Cultures, Humanities Center
Contact: s.rich@northeastern.edu
More Information: http://www.aureliomusic.net/

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

 

Singer-songwriter, guitarist and percussionist, Aurelio Martinez aka AURELIO, is one of Central America’s most gifted performers. Born in Honduras, the artist is known for his powerful and evocative voice. He is a major tradition-bearer of the Garifuna culture and music and he is considered nowadays as the Cultural Ambassador of the Garifuna nation.

 

Please see below for important information regarding this event:

PROHIBITED ITEMS
Dangerous Weapons
Alcoholic Beverages, drugs, or illegal substances
Backpacks or bags larger than 12”x 12” x 12”
Women’s handbags and baby bags of acceptable size may be allowed after searched.
Laser pointers
Drones
Artificial noise makers and bullhorns
Balloons’ and Banners (unless previously approved)
Outside food or beverage (unless previously approved)
Stollers
 

Definition

Dangerous Weapon means those items which are, by their nature, capable of causing serious injury or death, including but not limited to firearms, knives, stilettos, daggers, switch knives, double edge knives, ballistic knives, knives with a detachable blade capable of being propelled, metallic knuckles, black jacks, blow guns, sling shots, nunchaku, zoobow, kung fu sticks, throwing stars, leather armbands or other clothing that has metallic spikes, points, or studs, explosives, explosive agents of any kind, chemical sprays, mace, oleoresin capsicum (pepper spray), tear gas, or other dangerous weapons or articles. Any item, including innocent items, when used in a dangerous fashion such as an assault and battery, may be considered a dangerous weapon.

 

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