What can Fresno do to help drug trafficking in West Africa? Go see some great music.
Saturday night, Fulton 55 hosts the Concert for a Drug Cartel Free Africa, a second annual benefit for West African Vocational Schools, a Fresno non-profit that runs a job-training center in Guinea-Bissau (see video below).
The concert features two local faves: Violinist Patrick Contreras and roots rock/Americana group Lance Canales & The Flood. Tickets cost $7 in advance or $12 at the door. Orrrrrrrrr, if you’re lucky enough, you can walk away with a pair of tickets just by commenting on this post.
We’re giving away two pair of tickets. All you have to do to get entered is leave a comment below. Deadline is 5 p.m. Thursday. We’ll notify the winners by e-mail, so please leave a real e-mail address and please check it. Complete rules below.
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