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 WU-TANG KILLA BEEZ CONCERT

Presented by the Union of Black Artists Society & Sound Body Culture:

Celebrating HipHop Platinum Artists members of the Wu-Tang Killa Beez, With Local Support from LDN, Real Eyez and Corey Wright. Come see electric performances by 9th Prince, Killah Priest, Kinetic 9, LA Darkman, & Dom Pachino. DJ Mel Boogie providing the sound.

8pm on July 13th, 2024 at the Light House Arts Centre (1800 Argyle St, Halifax, NS B3J 3N8

After Party @ The Dome at 11pm ($30)

EARLY BIRD TICKETS (ENDS JUNE 15TH)

GENERAL - $120

VIP MEET & GREET - $160

REGULAR PRICE (JUNE 1ST - JULY 12TH):

GENERAL - $140

VIP MEET & GREET - $170

AT THE DOOR (JULY 13TH):

GENERAL - $150

VIP MEET & GREET - $180

Purchase Tickets Here: 

Buy Tickets Now!

Coming soon: Write your best verse for your chance to record a song with these Wutang artists and perform as an opener, produced by New York based Scotian producer, Obediya Jones-Darrell, of Sound Body Culture.

For more info contact info@unionofblackartists.com



U-BAS Artists

The U-BAS is a new organization with the goal of creating a centralized body for producers, directors, actors, filmmakers, musicians, theatre creators, visual artists and writers to develop their skills and gain credibility and work opportunities in the Canadian Arts / Creative Industries sector. The U-BAS will provide a range of services and resources to its members, including access to industry professionals, networking opportunities, state-of-the-art training facilities, broadcast and distribution channels, a production studio and development workshops, as well as representation for contract negotiations.

Black Playwrights CirCle

(Collaboration with Charles Taylor Theatre Media & Arts)

We are excited to present the 1st Annual Black Theatre Festival at the Light House Arts Centre during the celebration of the 1st Annual UBAS Block Party!

On August 6, 2023, the festival will showcase 7 emerging Black playwrights and will be filmed to be live streamed.

In addition, attendees will enjoy special music from the original musical “Love, Peace and Hairgrease”, written by Tara Taylor, nominated for “Outstanding Production” at the Robert Merritt Awards; performed by Kailin Glasgow, Jupiter Reign and Anthony Bryan. 

Light House Arts Centre - 6:30pm - Free 


"BLack above the line" 

(Creative Industries Mentorship training program)

Union of Black Artists Society (UBAS) members, instructor, Christopher Bautista of Matista Media, and Tara Taylor. Festival Director of The Emerging Lens Cultural Film Festival, had a successfully executed pilot project in the summer/fall of 2022 under her employment with Culture Link CIC. The “Breaking Through the Screens” technical training program introduced participants to the filmmaking process, with a focus on production, music scoring, animation and acting. Participants learned the theory and practice of using and operating the equipment used by film professionals during each stage of filmmaking. By completion, participants understood how a film is made, they also learned how to work together as a team to complete a film and capture the director’s vision on film. 

Applications open now! 

Apply To Black Above the Line 2024


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Office: +1 (800) 680-3531 
info@unionofblackartists.com  


Address:
Halifax, NS 


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