Pray for JAPAN.

We pray for Japan. The thing we can do here. WE

"Pray For Japan"

The north coast of Japan was hit by a horrible tsunami after an 9.0
magnitude earthquake on Friday 11 March that occurred 80 miles
...offshore. Tsunami waves caused major destruction and killed many
people in northern Japan. Current estimates are that over 10,000
people have died. Hundreds of thousands of people are without
electricity, and there serious water and food shortages. In
addition to this, the escalating problem at Fukushima nuclear
power plant made is taking the disaster to another level another
level. This is officially the worst crisis for Japan since WW2..

Being here in London, this incident is profoundly upsetting and
arouses the deepest sympathies, we feel the urgent need to take
action, to give a hope and shout to all the people in Japan. Please
come and join us as we pay tribute to the victims, raise money for
he rescue and relocation effort, and generally stand in solidarity
with Japan in the face of this terrible catasrophy.

Here are some of the wonderful artists that have volunteered to perform for this event:

Gilles Peterson (BBC Radio1)
Patrick Forge
Vanessa Freeman (live)
United Vibrations (live)
Nik Weston
Aroop Roy
Kay Suzuki
Koichi Sakai

Friday 18th March 2011
at The New Empowering Church
1a Westgate Street (off Mare Street)
Hackney, London E8 3RL
Nearest station: London Fields
Bus: 26, 48, 55, 106, 236, 254, 388, D6, N26, N55, N253

* We have an one minute silence at 10pm. please reach early and pray with us!

7:00pm Koichi Sakai
7:45pm Inumikaku
8:30pm Kay Suzuki
9:15pm Nik Weston
10:00pm Silent prayer
10:01pm Vanessa Freeman - live
10:45pm Gilles Peterson
11:30pm United Vibrations - live
12:15am Patrick Forge
1:00am Aroop Roy
1:45am Kay Suzuki, Koichi Sakai, Inumikaku back2back
3:00am closed

Donation: £5 or more on the door
Doors: 7pm - 3am

All the donation and entrance will go to the Japan Tsunami Appeal by Red Cross.

British Red Cross | Japan Tsunami Appeal
Japanese Red Cross Society | Japan Earthquake Donation

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