Water Is Life Benefit Concert & Rally in Solidarity with Standing Rock to be held at Onondaga Nation, near Syracuse NY

Nataanii Means will perform

Nataanii Means will perform

Published October 15, 2016

ONONDAGA NATION, south of Syracuse, NY–An all-star lineup of performers will come together October 22nd at Tsha’ Thoñ’nhes, the new Fieldhouse located on the Onondaga Nation, to hold a benefit concert and rally in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux Nation who have been peacefully protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline and protecting their land, water, treaties and rights as indigenous peoples. The event is open to the public, and free with the donation of warm winter clothes or winter sleeping bags or monetary contribution to the cause. All proceeds will be sent to Standing Rock. Starting at 3 pm, Joe Driscoll, The Fabulous Ripcords, Johnny Ray & the Stone Throwers, Nataanii Means, Drezus, and others will perform short sets, interspersed with shared information and wisdom from Tom Porter, t-fpzaakJeanne Shenandoah, Robin Kimmerer, Wendoyoh Estrada, and more…

WHO:  Performers: Joe Driscoll, The Fabulous Ripcords, Johnny Ray & the Stone Throwers, Nataanii Means, Drezus, and others. Speakers: Tom Porter, Jeanne Shenandoah, Robin Kimmerer, Wendoyoh Estrada, and more…

WHAT: Benefit concert and rally in solidarity with Standing Rock efforts to protect their land, water, treaties, and rights as indigenous peoples and the climate for all of us. Live music, speakers, food trucks, silent auction, and merchandise for sale.

WHERE:  Tsha’ Thoñ’nhes Arena, the new Fieldhouse located on the Onondaga Nation off of Rt. 11A north of Hemlock Rd.

WHEN:  Saturday, October 22, 2016 starting at 3 pm.

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