December 20, 2016
Kenyan students to perform live, vibrant concert in Twin Cities
Bloomington, MN (December 20, 2016) – Daystar U.S. is proud to announce that Afrizo, a dynamic singing group from Daystar University in Nairobi, Kenya, will be performing a fundraising concert at Cedar Valley Church in Bloomington, MN on Friday, January 13, 2016 at 7:00 PM. Proceeds raised at this concert will support the mission of Daystar University. Admission to this event is free.
This event will be a cultural experience including a vibrant musical concert by Afrizo, snacks, coffee, and a traditional African market featuring one-of-a-kind African goods and gifts for sale.
Afrizo is comprised of five Daystar University students who sing high-energy songs in several dialects from the African continent. This concert at Cedar Valley Church is one of several stops on Afrizo’s U.S. tour. The group will be traveling through several states to spread the mission and impact of Daystar University and to raise money for fellow students who need financial assistance. Dorine, Afrizo member and Daystar student said, “I love being a part of Afrizo because I can help students who can’t afford their education at Daystar University.”
Afrizo has completed four U.S. tours since 2007, performing hundreds of concerts across the United States, including a performance for former President George W. Bush. Their music is truly a unique experience, leaving a lasting impression on audiences.
Daystar University is a Christian institution that is dedicated to providing renowned education for Africans by Africans. Its mission is to train Christian servant leaders to transform Africa. There are approximately 18,000 Daystar alumni spread across the world impacting their communities.
About Daystar U.S.: Daystar U.S. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit in Bloomington, MN. Founded in 1983, Daystar U.S. provides fundraising and support to Daystar University, a Christian, liberal arts university in Nairobia, Kenya. Its mission is to train Christian servant leaders to transform Africa.