Humanitarian Bazaar | Events: Somali Sunrise Concert Tour for Peace
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The Somali Sunrise Concert Tour for Peace, led by Somali hiphop group Waayaha Cusub and produced by Humanitarian Bazaar, was Waayaha Cusub’s world tour campaign to persuade youth to turn away from extremism and help end the war in Somalia. The tour included several parts: The Somali Sunrise US Tour (August 2012), the Eastleigh Peace Festival (October-November 2012), the Kwani Litfest (December 2012), the Mogadishu Music Festival (which included the Serendi Rap-Against-Violence show and the Somali Reconciliation Festival and other shows in Mogadishu, Somalia, April 27-May 3, 2013), the Somali Independence Day Festival in Eastleigh, Kenya (July 1), and the Journey of Peace Tour Dadaab (December 2013).