Nahko In-store Performance and Signing - Minneapolis (PRIVATE EVENT - NOW FULL)

Nahko In-store Performance and Signing - Minneapolis (PRIVATE EVENT - NOW FULL)

6/7/16 - 5:20 P.M. - THIS EVENT IS NOW FULL. THERE ARE NO MORE PASSES TO GIVE OUT.

6/7/16 - UPDATE:

In order to safely and comfortably handle the anticipated crowd, this FREE event will now require a pass for entry. NO PURCHASE IS REQUIRED. However, you must pick up one of the 250 FREE PASSES available at the Electric Fetus between now and June 16th, while supplies last. Strict limit of two passes per person. Please, don’t ask for more than two passes.

Passes must be picked up in person…no mailing or holds until event day.

We appreciate your understanding. We will update this note when we are out of passes.

Electric Fetus - Minneapolis

Thursday, June 16th - 6:00 p.m.

We welcome Nahko of Nahko and Medicine for the People for a special acoustic performance on Thursday, June 16th at 6pm.

"Hoka is a Lakota word, an indigenous tribe from the Great Plains, it is a call to action. It's what Crazy Horse would say when he went into battle, 'Hoka, hey!' My call is to put action to the words that I speak and the lyrics I sing. Not just to talk, but to do," says Oregon-born singer/songwriter Nahko, who is of Puerto Rican, Native American (Apache), and Filipino descent. "This is the soundtrack of the movement for a better planet," he continues. "I want to challenge myself and others to make a change."

After his performance, Nahko will sign copies of Hoka, which will be released on June 10th.

This event is free and open to all ages.

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