Unieros Picnic: Nigerian Music by Femi Kuti and The Positive Force with ProbCause

Jul 11, 2016
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Join us for the next Unieros Picnic in Millennium Park featuring AfroBeat music by Femi Kuti from Nigeria. Opening performance will be a Chicago R&B Funk band ProbCause.

Unieros picnics bring together a diverse group of people from different cultural backgrounds. At every picnic you will also get to enjoy ethnic foods and beverages.

Join us for this Unieros picnic full of diversity, conversation during a great concert.

HOW PICNIC WORKS

Bring your own food and beverage

OR


Donation include: picnic supplies, snacks and beverages. We will prepare an ethnic food dish to celebrate Nigerian cuisine.

We take care of the clean-up for sharing blanket.

Please make your contribution one day prior to picnic start so we can have all supplies ready.

Click to RSVP on Unieros Chat.

ABOUT THE CONCERT

Femi Kuti is a Grammy-nominated, high energy Afrobeat artist born in London and raised in Nigeria. Kuti is the eldest son of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti and grandchild of Nigerian aristocrat, political and women's rights activist Funmilayo Ransome Kuti.

Working out of Chicago with the likes of Chance the Rapper, Action Bronson, Twista, Vic Mensa and others, ProbCause seamlessly jumps from electronic to funk to R&B, then back to classic boom-bap gritty rap.


Breakfast Foods From Around the World

World Breakfast

What do you eat for breakfast in your country? Around the world people eat different things for their first meal of the day.

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Some of the breakfast foods include around the world include: hard-boiled eggs, bread and sausages in Germany, rye bread and porridge in Russia, tortilla and eggs in Mexico, and cornflakes and toast with jam in Australia. Watch the world breakfast foods video by Burak Eskoglu.

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Posted by Burak Eskioğlu on Tuesday, April 7, 2015