Raquy and the Caveman Vegan Bus Benefit

Raquy and the Cavemen are coming back to Northampton to do another fund raiser for the Vegan Bus! The last sold out Raquy show we put on helped raise over one thousand dollars for the bus. This time we have booked the Northampton Center for the Arts ballroom which can better facilitate the size of a crowd Raquy draws. In addition to the show we will be using the side galleries to sell vegan treats as part of the Worldwide Vegan Bake Sale.

Raquy and the Cavemen from Brooklyn bring traditional Middle Eastern Music and Modern Drumming to a heady peak. Raquy has traveled to and immersed herself in the musical cultures of the Middle East, Egypt and India. Raquy performs with the Dumbek (Arabic hand drum) and the Iranian Kamanche, which is similar to a violin.

Tickets are $15 at the door.
Doors at 7:15PM, show starts at 8PM.
Northampton Center for the Arts
17 New South St, Northampton, MA (413) 584-7327

Raquy Drumming Workshop
Raquy will also be teaching a special all-levels Dumbek workshop (Middle Eastern drumming) at the Inspirit Common on Saturday June 27th at 4pm. Bring your own drum if you have one (we will have several extras). Workshop is $20 or $30 with concert. Workshop Tickets can also be purchased at Inspirit.

Inspirit Common
123 Russell St (Rt 9), Hadley MA 01035.

Check out these photos (by Derek Goodwin) from Raquy’s 2008 Visit: