The 4th annual 100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change Event

. August 21, 2014.
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Local poet and event promoter, Craig A. Combs invites all artists and purveyors of peace to the 4th annual 100 Thousand Poets & Musicians for Change event. Musicians, comedians, poets and other spoken word performers are encouraged to participate in this eclectic acoustic event. By gathering like-minded friends, Combs hopes to start a “worldwide collaboration to promote peace and sustainability and to call for serious social, environmental and political change.”

Be a part of the movement Sunday, September 28. 6:30-10pm. 21 and over after 9pm. The Wurst Bar, 705 W. Cross St., Ypsilanti. 954-607-8428. 100tpc.org Free

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