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San Jose State U Fil-Am students to stage 26th Pilipino Cultural Night

/ 12:35 AM April 08, 2014

SF State University students rehearse for Pilipino Cultural Night. CONTRIBUTED PHOTO

SAN JOSE, California — Akbayan of San Jose State University’s “26th Annual Pilipino Culture Night: Barrio 2 Bayou!” will be held on April 25 and 26, 6:00 p.m. (door opens at 5:30) at Morris Auditorium

Pilipino Cultural Night 2014 celebrates 26 years of Akbayan SJSU’s student-run productions, which blend a theatrical play with Philippine folk arts and music, as well as other student performances.

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Presale tickets are $12 for students with a valid school ID and $15 general admission will be available until April 24.

At the door, tickets are $15 for students with a valid school ID and $18 for general admission. Tickets can be purchased at the Akbayan recruitment table at San Jose State University and online @

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/barrio-2-bayou-akbayan-sjsus-26th-annual-pilipino-cultural-night-tickets-10969884219

Contact [email protected] for group rates (10+ attendees). Other contacts: Ann Dela Cruz, PCN Coordinator, Akbayan SJSU, (408) 597-7718, [email protected]; Hidee Reyes, President, Akbayan SJSU (510) 449-4493 [email protected]; Mia Guevarra / Britt Coyne, Public Relations Officers, Akbayan SJSU [email protected] .

Purchase presale tickets in the Art Quad Monday-Thursday from 11a.m.-4 p.m. You can also check the following websites for updates: http://akbayansjsupcn.tumblr.com/ – Official PCN Tumblr Website http://akbayansjsu.org/ – Akbayan SJSU’s official website.

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