Win 4 Tickets to See Women of the Calabash in NYC – CLOSED

Win tickets to see the family-friendly multicultural show, Women of the Calabash.
Photo courtesy of Symphony Space via Beth Blenz-Clucas

Bicultural Mama is teaming up with Symphony Space in New York City to offer readers 4 free tickets to the family-friendly Afro-Cuban rhythm show, Women of the Calabash. The performers combine traditional instruments, lush vocals, and musical forms with contemporary influences from Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Black America. Kids will love listening and moving to the toe-tapping beats, as well as learning about other cultures from around the world.

Founded in 1978, Women of the Calabash has performed for former Presidents Tomas Sankara of Burkina Faso and Jean Bertrand Aristide of Haiti. The group received the prestigious Monarch Merit Award, Blue Ribbon for Best Music Video from the American Film Festival, and the CINE Golden Eagle Award. The performers were cited as “Musicians Extraordinaire” by the National Council for Culture and Art, and HBO featured Women of the Calabash in a Black History month profile in 1997.

Preview a performance of Women of the Calabash:

Women of the Calabash takes place on October 8, 2011 at 2 pm in the Leonard Nimoy Thalia theater in the Upper West Side of New York City. Tickets typically sell for $20 (adults) and $17 (children), but now readers can win a family pack of 4 free tickets through the Bicultural Mama giveaway.

For more information: Visit for more information on this show as well as their season of other scheduled shows. The Leonard Nimoy Thalia theater is located at 2537 Broadway at 95th Street, New York, NY 10025-6990, Tel: 212.864.5400.

Note: Author did not receive any free items or compensation for this post. All opinions expressed are those of the author.
  • Amberr Meadows

    I wish I lived closer. I would so enjoy something like this. Are you going?

  • Bicultural Mama

    @Amberr Meadows
    Amberr – No, unfortunately cannot go. It’s the same day as my DD’s nursery school and to get to the city it takes 1.5 hours so wouldn’t be able to make it in time. :(

  • Michelle

    I watched the preview and I got really into it. I would love to see the whole thing.

  • Vicky

    i am totally interested because I love cultural music events!

  • Danny

    This would be a great opportunity to expose my kids to a cultural event, thank you for the opportunity.