In the presence of the U.S. Ambassador Daniel L. Foote and Lusaka Mayor Miles Sampa, on December 20 and 21 in Bauleni and Matero, U.S. musical group Vocal Trash will offer free performances for the general public. In conjunction with Zambian performing artist B-Flow’s Music for Change and the Lusaka City Council, the U.S. Embassy has brought Vocal Trash to Zambia to raise awareness about sanitation and recycling, and support the “Keep Zambia Clean, Green, and Healthy” campaign.
After the Bauleni concert on December 20, the general public will be invited to join the U.S Embassy, Vocal Trash, and the Lusaka City Council in a community clean-up exercise.
Admission to both shows is free and open to the public. No tickets are required.
Vocal Trash (http://vocaltrash.net) includes talented performers who produce music using metal trash cans, plastic barrels, water bottles, and other landfill items. Vocal Trash has been entertaining the globe with a message of peace, love, and environmental conservation. The group’s mission is to unite the world through song and dance. The members are activists that have dedicated their lives to inspiring others to find hope and joy, while saving the planet.
The presence of Vocal Trash is made possible by the Arts Envoy Program of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs.
Bauleni’s Canning Grounds – Thursday, December 20, 9:30 a.m.
Lilanda’s Kalukungu Market– Friday, December 21, 9:30 a.m.