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Non Stop Bhangra, May 2007 at Rickshaw Stop in San Francisco

Each year, the Association of Performing Arts Presenters conference brings together more than 3,600 arts professionals from 49 states in the U.S. and 27 countries, making it the largest performing arts industry event. 92YTribeca is hosting two showcase this year.

The first, on January 7, will see Non Stop Bhangra (seen in video above), Very Be Careful, Razia, International Body Music, Sanda Weigl and a Surprise Special Guest; read more here. The second showcase, on January 8 will presented Bio Ritmo, CSC Funk Band, Cheick Hamala Diabate, Debo Band, Slavic Soul Party and DJ E’s E; read more here.

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