Water Is Life Southwest Festival March 11th at MSA Annex
Honor the Earth and KXCI present “Water Is Life Southwest”, a celebration of Indigenous music & resistance in Tucson on Saturday, March 11th at the MSA Annex. With local & Indigenous food, vendors, live art, and performances by Keith Secola, Papago Warrior, Rebel Diaz, XIXA, Gary Farmer, David Huckfelt, Giant Sand, Calpulli Teoxicalli, Djentrification, and more. Tickets are now on sale via eventbrite. TICKET LINK
Introducing the first ever Honor the Earth: Water Is Life Southwest Music + Resistance Festival, a celebration of Indigenous art, music, culture & resistance in the American Southwest. Featuring an unprecedented coalition of Native artists, allies, activists & speakers for a one-day event in the heart of the Sonoran Desert in Tucson, AZ, Water is Life Southwest marks a new partnership and solidarity festival between the tribes of the American southwest and Winona LaDuke’s Honor the Earth, the nation’s largest Indigenous environmental non-profit. Proceeds will go to funding Indigenous land back, sovereignty, food & water initiatives by tribal nations in Arizona, and local sponsors include KXCI Community Radio and Southwest Folklife Alliance. Featuring performances by Keith Secola, Papago Warrior, Rebel Diaz, XIXA, David Huckfelt, Giant Sand, Djentrification, One Way Sky, Cihuatl Ce, Humblelianess, DJ Q, Lady Gugu. Local & indigenous food vendors, environmental organizations, and a regional artist village will also be on site @ MSA Annex for this one-day event.
Tickets available HERE / NOW: https://bit.ly/waterislifesouthwest
About Honor the Earth: Founded in 1993 by Winona LaDuke and the Indigo Girls, Honor the Earth uses music, the arts, media, and Indigenous wisdom to provide financial and political resources for the survival of sustainable Native communities. Now celebrating our 30th year as the nation’s largest Indigenous-led environmental non-profit, our mission is to create awareness and support for Native environmental and sovereignty issues and to amplify the voices of those attempting to be silenced.