Live Ethiopian New Year Concert in NYC @ SOB’s

Tadias Magazine
Events News

Published: Friday, September 11, 2009

New York (Tadias) – The Sounds of Brazil (SOB’s) has been the host of African Music and a gift to Afro-Latino diaspora in New York since it opened in 1982. And, over the years, it has featured its share of Ethiopian artists, including big names such as Aster Aweke and Kuku Sebsibe.

On Friday September 11, 2009, SOB’s will continue the tradition with an Ethiopian New Year 2002 celebration featuring live performances by Gosaye Tesfaye & Efrem Tameru.

Friday, September 11, 2009 at SOB’s (204 Varick St. New York, NY, 212-243-4940). Door opens at 11pm and showtime is Midnight. Price: $30. For more info., call More info @ 212 243 4940 or 201 220 3442

New Year Events in Other Cities
Washington, DC
Lot of Three New Year Celebration Friday September 11
Lot of Three is hosting the Ethiopian 2002 New Year
celebration with midnight Champagne toast. The
newest lounge on historic U St starts kicks off
the evening with happy hour at 5pm.
For more information call 202-387-3333
Location: 1013 U St NW
Washington, DC 20001
Contact: 202-387-3333
Hours: 5 PM – 3AM

Clarkston, Georgia
Third Annual “Ethiopian Day” Fest
September 13, 2009
James Hallford Stadium
3789 Memorial College Avenue
Clarkston, GA 30021
Noon to Evening

New York, New York
Ethiopian New Year Celebrations
Featuring Gosye Tesfaye & Efrem Tameru
September 11, 2009
SOB’s (204 Varick Street @ W. Houston)
Door Opens at 11 and Show starts @ Midnight
$30 In advance
More info @ 212 243 4940 or 201 220 3442

2 Responses to “Live Ethiopian New Year Concert in NYC @ SOB’s”

  1. 1 jafer Sep 11th, 2009 at 12:28 pm

    Happy New year to all Ethiopian people. I wish I could celebrate with you guys because right now I am in class. I reflect back when I was in Ethiopia at this time of the year. o my gash you no what i am talking about!

  2. 2 habeshawit Dec 28th, 2009 at 8:15 pm


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