Natu Camara

Sunday, June 27, 4PM // A unique blend of afro-rock, pop, & soul

Click here for our 2021 Event FAQ & Code of Conduct.

Advance ticket sales have ended, but we do have a few tent tables available and plenty of lawn space. Day-of walk-ups are very welcome but will want to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Call the WKC office for more information: (607) 278-5454 or email info@westkc.org.

The Tulip and The Rose Cafe will be on-site starting at 3PM!

Show starts at 4pm

In celebration of Natu Camara's passion and work towards the empowerment of women & children, we are offering Free lawn tickets for children ages 12 & under!

Click here for more information about ticketed location descriptions and/or reference the map shown while registering.

For WKC member pricing, the purchaser must be a WKC member. If you are not yet a 2021 member and would like to become one, click here.

Tent Seating (pricing per pod)

Max. of 3 people: $75 member, $85 non-member

Max. of 5 people: $120 member, $136 non-member

Max. of 8 people: $210 member, $238 non-member

Lawn Seating (**bring your own lawn chairs)

Single Lawn Ticket $28 WKC member; $32 non-member **

pricing per pod:

Pod of 2 people: $56 member, $64 non-member **

Pod of 4 people: $98 member, $112 non-member **

Picnic Table, max. of 8 people: $196 member, $224 non-member

NATU CAMARA

Website

Spotify

Soundcloud

Videos

Facebook

Natu Camara’s adoring fans regard her as “the Tina Turner of Guinea.” In her music and during high-octane shows, the impassioned singer-songwriter substantiates the weighty nickname. In the early 2000s, Camara led West Africa’s first all-female hip-hop group, the Ideal Black Girls (IBG), which released Guinèya Moumonèra (It’s Not a Shame to Be a Woman) — a multiplatinum opus advocating for women’s rights .

Camara’s solo career is a musical evolution that showcases her unique blend of afro-rock, pop, and soul that speaks to the range of heroes influencing her individual sound: Miriam Makeba, Nina Simone, Mory Kante, Fela Kuti, and Baaba Maal.

Please call (607) 278-5454 or contact info@westkc.org with any questions.

Details
Date:

June 27

Time:

04:00 pm - 05:30 pm

Event Category:

Performances

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/natu-camara-registration-157655157821
Organizer

West Kortright Centre

Venue

West Kortright Centre

49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

Sunday, June 27, 4PM // A unique blend of afro-rock, pop, & soul

Click here for our 2021 Event FAQ & Code of Conduct.

Advance ticket sales have ended, but we do have a few tent tables available and plenty of lawn space. Day-of walk-ups are very welcome but will want to bring lawn chairs or blankets. Call the WKC office for more information: (607) 278-5454 or email info@westkc.org.

The Tulip and The Rose Cafe will be on-site starting at 3PM!

Show starts at 4pm

In celebration of Natu Camara’s passion and work towards the empowerment of women & children, we are offering Free lawn tickets for children ages 12 & under!

Click here for more information about ticketed location descriptions and/or reference the map shown while registering.

For WKC member pricing, the purchaser must be a WKC member. If you are not yet a 2021 member and would like to become one, click here.

Tent Seating (pricing per pod)

Max. of 3 people: $75 member, $85 non-member

Max. of 5 people: $120 member, $136 non-member

Max. of 8 people: $210 member, $238 non-member

Lawn Seating (**bring your own lawn chairs)

Single Lawn Ticket $28 WKC member; $32 non-member **

pricing per pod:

Pod of 2 people: $56 member, $64 non-member **

Pod of 4 people: $98 member, $112 non-member **

Picnic Table, max. of 8 people: $196 member, $224 non-member

NATU CAMARA

Website

Spotify

Soundcloud

Videos

Facebook

Natu Camara’s adoring fans regard her as “the Tina Turner of Guinea.” In her music and during high-octane shows, the impassioned singer-songwriter substantiates the weighty nickname. In the early 2000s, Camara led West Africa’s first all-female hip-hop group, the Ideal Black Girls (IBG), which released Guinèya Moumonèra (It’s Not a Shame to Be a Woman) — a multiplatinum opus advocating for women’s rights .

Camara’s solo career is a musical evolution that showcases her unique blend of afro-rock, pop, and soul that speaks to the range of heroes influencing her individual sound: Miriam Makeba, Nina Simone, Mory Kante, Fela Kuti, and Baaba Maal.

Please call (607) 278-5454 or contact info@westkc.org with any questions.