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Boots Riley to perform live in Auckland.

Boots Riley to perform live in Auckland

Mana Tamaki Branch are excited to announce that we have a very special guest, Boots Riley, coming to our very own neighbourhood!

On Tuesday April 15 at 7.00pm Boots will be hosting a political discussion and Q&A followed by an acoustic performance, at the Mangere East Community Learning Centre at 372 Massey Road, Mangere East. (Behind the Library).

Pictures, video interviews and commentary will be tweeted on the hashtags #BootsRiley & #Mana.

Boots Riley is an American poet, rapper, songwriter, producer, screenwriter, humorist, political organiser and community activist, however is best known as lead vocals for The Coup and Street Sweeper Social Club.

Light refreshments will be provided as well as Mana merchandise available for purchase at the event. A koha at the door is appreciated.

Nau mai haere mai whanau! Come and support this local event and enjoy what will be a very interesting and entertaining evening.

A press conference will be held at the UNITE UNION, 6A Western Springs Road, Kingsland - 2pm Tuesday, 15 April.

ENDS

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