The Kenyan Boys Choir was privileged to get back on the WE Day tour this fall.
We Day is a celebration of the youth service with events that feature musicians, celebrities, youth, and activists. It is run by the WE Charity Organisation Network, a charity founded by child rights activists Craig Kielburger and his brother, Marc. It started in Toronto in 2007 and now is held in 12 locations around Canada, the US, and the UK. The Kenyan Boys Choir are honored to have been part of We Day events since 2011.
Throughout the tour, the choir will be making stops in the following cities across North America.
KBC Tour 2017
- Los Angeles – Sept 3rd – Sept 15th
- New York – Sept 15th – Sept 21st
- Toronto – Sept 21st – Oct 15
- Vancouver – Oct 15th – Oct 21st
- Winnipeg- Oct 21st – Oct 26th
- Edmonton– Oct 26th –Oct 28th
- Calgary – Oct 28th– Nov 2nd
- Chicago – Nov 2nd – Nov 7th
- Minneapolis – Nov 7th– Nov 11th
- Ottawa – Nov 11th – Nov 18th
- Montreal – Nov 18th – Nov 25th
- Halifax- Nov 25 – Dec 1nd
- Toronto – Dec 1st – Dec 9th
The choir will have an opportunity to interact with famous stars like Kelly Clarkson, Sofia Carson, Whoopi Goldberg, Jordan Fisher, Karl Wolfe, Jully Black, Shawn Hook, Lilly Singh, Hedley, Tyler Shaw Celebrity Marauders among other great.
They also had an opportunity to interact with dignitaries such as The Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Her Excellency President Sirleaf Johnson, Ban Ki-moon
The WE Day Performances were electrifying.
Article by @MahaC