Eclectic Fever: New Year’s Eve Extravaganza Will Celebrate 2011 with World Music Benefit Concert

San Francisco’s New Year’s Eve party “Eclectic Fever” returns once more for an energetic, vibrant journey into 2011. Eclectic Fever is one of the very few New Year’s Eve events that gives back to the community by donating partial proceeds to Doctors Without Borders.

The West Bay Center in San Francisco will feature Afrobeat, cumbia, Cuban, funk, reggae and much more.

2010 Lineup:

    B-Side Players (Afro-Latin Funk, Cumbia, Salsa & Reggae)
    SILA (Afrobeat, Funk, Soul) 2010 NAACP Image Awards Winner
    LoCura (Fusion of Flamenco, Reggae, Cuban)
    La Gente (Reggae, Salsa, Rock, Hip-Hop, Cumbia, Funk, and Reggaeton.)
    Marcus Cohen Presents the Congress (Groove Soul, R&B)
    Vicki Virk and Jimmy Love (Non-Stop Bhangra)
    DJ Jeremiah (Samba, Afro-House, Afrobeat, Juju)
    Dj Zeph (Hip-house, Soul, Funk)

$40 limited tickets on sale now at:

West Bay Center (Next To Yoshi’s San Francisco)
1290 Fillmore Street (at Eddy)
San Francisco, VA 94115

More Information at Eclecticfever.Com

Author: World Music Central News Department

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