MSR Top Five| Black Women’s Expo, Jay Electroncia & more!

A snapshot of events around town

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Songhoy Blues + DJ Salif Keita

Though their music bears elements of contemporary rock and hip hop, at its heart is Songhoy Blues’ deep attachment to the homegrown songs and dances of Mali’s Songhoy people.

April 8 ​| 10:30 pm

Icehouse, 2528 Nicollet Ave., S., Mpls.

More info: www.icehousempls.com/events/2016/4/8/songhoy-blues


 

Black Women’s Expo

The largest event for African American women in the state

April 9 | 1- 6pm

Jimmy Lee Recreation Center, 270 Lexington Pkwy., N., St. Paul

More info: www.blackwomensexpompls.eventbrite.com


 

 The Souls of Black Girls Screening & Discussion

A screening of The Souls of Black Girls and an intimate Q & A discussion with the producer, Daphne Valerius

April 9 | 12-3 pm

Oak Park Center, 1701 Oak Park Ave., N. Mpls.

More info: www.eventbrite.com/e/the-souls-of-black-girls-tickets-20834500552


 

Jay Electroncia Live

Special guest performances include Sarah White Music, Greg Grease, DJ That Dude Trey Taylor; hosted by Chadwick Phillips aka Niles.

April 10 | 7 pm
The Cabooze, 917 Cedar Ave., S., Mpls.

More info: www.facebook.com/events/1524873314475090


 

David Sanborn

Don’t miss this influential contemporary sax giant.

April 10 & 11 | 7 & 9 pm show times

Dakota Jazz Club, 1010 Nicollet Mall, Mpls.

More info: www.dakotacooks.com


 

 

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