Date and Time
Aug 19, 2019 9:00 pm
A Busboys and Poets event hosted this week by Kezia the Poet
Kezia Snipe wrote her first poem when she was seven years old. Some years later Kezia The Poet is releasing her second spoken word album, Something to Say, which is available to everyone across the globe. After success with her debut album, Matters of the Heart, Snipe said she has definitely stepped her game up with her second project. The Memphis, TN native takes pride in writing and spitting genuine pieces of work. Kezia The Poet takes us in deep and shares her inspirations, motives and thoughts.
featuring: JULES DESROCHES
I'm a black queer kreyol student of life trying to decolonize my (masK)uline ego, practice radical love, and live sustainably and truthfully. I am an NC born, PG county forged, MoCo educated, member of the Haitian diaspora. I aspire to live in the moment.
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For two hours, audiences can expect a diverse chorus of voices and a vast array of professional spoken word performers, open mic rookies, musicians and a different host every week. Expect to be moved, expect a packed house, expect the unexpected, but above all come with an open mind and ear.
$5 Cover. No refunds. Ticket purchase limit of 4 per person. Guests must have their wristbands (tickets) on upon entering the event.
Seating is available on a first come, first seated basis. No saved or reserved seats are allowed. Failure to check in within 30 minutes of advertised start time may result in a forfeiture of seats.