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Still, We Rise with Niya Nolting

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Mercury Cafe, 2199 California St, Denver, CO

Sara Giita and Anastasia Rose will be playing a show with the talented Niya Nolting! Find out why Still, We Rise has gained the attention of 9News. Westword Magazine and KGNU Radio through empowering folk-pop with eclectic instrumentation. At this V-Day concert, Sara Giita and Anastasia Rose will be debuting TWO NEW original songs: I Want to Sing Out for French horn, voice, and piano, and I Loved You More with guitar, piano, and spine-tingling vocal harmonies. You can also expect our most-loved covers and inspiring originals.

After some joyous Still, We Rise tunes, the fabulous Louisiana native Niya will take the stage. Niya was voted one of the "Women in Rock" in the local New Orleans paper while still just a Catholic high school girl by day and a "Rock Star" by night. Niya writes songs that are a beautiful, soulful slap in the face.

As you take in the music, enjoy local, organic food and drinks (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) in a family-friendly, relaxed restaurant setting.

Swallow Hill Sensory Friendly Concert

Swallow Hill- Daniels Hall, 71 East Yale Ave, Denver, CO 80210

Join inspiring folk-pop duo Still, We Rise (Sara Giita and Anastasia Rose) for a fun, welcoming concert. Tickets are just $5!

Sensory friendly concerts at Swallow Hill aim to create a welcoming space for concertgoers and their families to enjoy live music in safe and comfortable surroundings.

Sensory friendly concerts are specifically designed for individuals with sensory sensitivities and developmental disabilities, including those diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder. We turn the lights up and the sound down so individuals and their families can move around, dance, and sing along in a fun, judgement free environment.

Sensory Friendly events are designed to be an inclusive and welcoming experience for individuals impacted by intellectual and/or developmental disabilities (I/DD) and their family and friends.

These events, while geared toward some of the unique needs of individuals with I/DD, will make our cultural events and experiences more welcoming for all. We welcome individuals of all ages and abilities at this performance.

Still, We Rise with Emma Back

Aar River Gallery, 3707 W 73rd Ave, Westminster, CO

Colorado native Emma Back celebrates release of debut album “Little World” with “Raise Up Your Eyes,” featuring acoustic duo Still, We Rise. Raise Up Your Eyes in an evening of multi-instrumental performance and community engagement that investigates how to heal personal and global conflict through bearing witness to issues of feminine power, racial and religious oppression, war and ancestry. Where: Aar River Gallery at 3707 W. 73rd Ave Westminster CO 80030 When: Saturday June 28th. Doors and social pic-nick at 6pm (bring your own pick nick), Still, We Rise at 6:30 pm, Emma Back at 7:30 pm Tckets: $5-$25 sliding scale and available online or at the door. Hailing from the rural hills of Vermont, Back brings her Avant-Folk, Live-Looping multi-instrumentalism and years of vocal and violin training to engage communities in dialogues of darkness and transformation through a series of songs and reflections from her debut album Little World (released May 24th 2018). Little World “soars on the strength of Back’s stunning vocals, sparse and compelling instrumentation, poetic lyrics and a captivating sound that conjures such singular artists as Andrew Bird, Rhiannon Giddens and Tori Amos while standing tall on its own unique merits.” (Tom Huntington, The Times Argus).

Broomfield Summer Sundays featuring Still, We Rise

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Brunner Farmhouse and Field, 640 Main St, Broomfield, CO

Watch the sun set at this FREE outdoor concert! Hear cover favorites and uplifting originals by Sara Giita and Anastasia Rose.

Bring blankets and chairs and bring the kids; come early for a bouncy castle and instrument petting zoo beginning at 4 pm.

We are honored to be featured in this concert series put on by the Broomfield Council for the Arts and Humanities (BCAH).

The People's Fair

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Civic Center Park, 101 W. 14th Ave., Denver, CO

Still, We Rise is playing the People's Fair! Sara Giita and Anastasia Rose will be on stage right after the 10 am Yoga class, can you imagine a better time for uplifting music?

The fair features a lively assortment of family-friendly booths, activities and tasty food so join us for this FREE event!

Still, We Rise at First Friday Art Opening

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Tenn Street Coffed and Books, 4418 Tennyson St, Denver, CO

First Friday gallery openings, hot drinks and amazing music! Still, We Rise Acoustic Duo (Anastasia Rose and Sara Giita) plays profound and personal folk-pop for a joyful, empowered world. The event is free and tips are appreciated!

We Sing for Haiti, featuring Still, We Rise

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Mercury Cafe, 2199 California St, Denver, CO

Join us for an inspiring afternoon of original songs directly benefiting orphans in Haiti. The lineup: Solar- Alternative Rock/Pop

The Breedin' Hearts (formerly the Kamikaze Klones)- Rock and Roll for Those Who Dare to Care

Still, We Rise Acoustic Duo- Profound and Personal Folk-Pop for a Joyful, Empowered World

Sympathetic Vibrations- Music for Planetary Awareness: Songs that Reach into the Heart (Tom Tamburello and Charlie Provenza)

Plus Jordan Brudos-Nockels, Megan Miller, and Annie Schoephoerster.

The event will be hosted by hip-hop artist Bounce Ball Boogie, and there will be live portrait drawing by fine artist Lesley Friis!

All proceeds will go to the AMURTEL Children's Home and Schools in Haiti. We are asking for a sliding scale donation of $5 to $30 via cash or check at the door. If you prefer credit card, you can make a donation ahead of time through Eventbrite. You will be put on the list so you won't need to make another donation at the door. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/we-sing-for-haiti-benefit-concert-tickets-39411096651?aff=eac2

If you haven't been to the Mercury Cafe before, it is a relaxed restaurant setting that is kid friendly. All are welcome!

Approximate schedule (if you can't come the full four hours it's ok to come in the middle or leave early) 12:45 p.m. doors open 1:05 pm . Jordan Brudos-Nockels and Friends 1:35 p.m. Tom Tamburello and Charlie Provenza 2:15 p.m. Solar 2:55 p.m. Ed and Kate give slideshow of the orphanage and schools in Haiti 3:20 p.m. Still, We Rise (Anastasia Rose and Sara Giita) 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Breedin' Hearts

About the charity: The AMURTEL Haiti Children’s Home is home to several babies and children who either need a permanent home or full or part time support. Many of the children who have experienced neglect or abandonment are thriving due to a loving and supportive atmosphere. Whenever possible, ties to the families of participating children are maintained and supported.

AMURTEL Haiti also runs two schools in Haiti; one in Port Au Prince, the other in Anse a Pitre. Both schools use a curriculum and educational philosophy based on Neo-Humanism–a philosophy that propagates love for all creation. The philosophy seeks to acknowledge the spiritual, mental, and physical aspects of a child through the methods of creative arts, supportive sharing circles, and yoga asanas. This educational philosophy is employed as a way of fostering compassionate caretakers and leaders in our future society.

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