Kitar performs LONGEST WALK 2 Benefit Concert

Kitaro is going to perfrom at Longest Walk 2 Benefit Concerts on November 3rd.
This event will be the last one for Kitaro in this year, so don’t miss it!
We take this opportunity to invite you to be part of an historic event, The Longest Walk 2008 . To commemorate the 30th anniversary of The Longest Walk 1978 , another great Walk will take place with a mission to Clean Up Mother Earth on its route. The Longest Walk will begin on February 11, 2008 in San Francisco and end 4,400 miles and 5 months later in Washington D.C. on July 11, 2008. Our message is: ALL LIFE IS SACRED.

Out of The Longest Walk 1978 , our sister event The Sacred Run was born. The Sacred Run has yearly environmental walks and runs the world over. Over the last 30 years, over 1,000 Sacred Run participants have run over 25,000 miles around the world spreading the message through countries such as: The United States, Japan, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Sweden, Scotland, Norway, Belgium, Poland, Finland, Estonia, Latvia and Russia. These walks and runs have been supported by many activists, entertainers and politicians: Muhammad Ali, Marlon Brando, Willie Nelson, Stevie Wonder, Ken Norton and former California Governor Jerry Brown to name a few .
The Longest Walk and The Sacred Run are funded by financial contributions and volunteer support that come from special events, through the sale of merchandise, and benefit concerts. For The Longest Walk 2008 to be a success, your contribution is necessary and will be greatly appreciated. The Nowa Cumig Institute is a federally recognized nonprofit 501(C3) organization and will be financially responsible for all contributions. All contributions are tax deductible.

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