Mohsen Namjoo Concert in San Francisco: Trust the Tangerine Peel Tour Past

Friday, Apr 17, 2015 ,
8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
- San Francisco, CA, United States
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$15 OFF for students using Coupon code STUDENT
Daf-Daf Productions and Diaspora Arts Connection present
: Mohsen Namjoo's San Francico appearance of the "Trust the Tangerine Peel" world tour. Join us on Friday, April 17, 2015 at San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts. Mohsen Namjoo will be accompanied by his friends Kiavash Nourai on Kamanche, Kasra Saboktakin on Bass Guitar, Siamack Sanaie on Acoustic guitar, Mohammad Talani on Electric Guitar, and Yahya Alkhansa on Drums.

Tickets:
Students: $25 (available online only, must present ID at door and enter STUDENT coupon code in ticketing page)
Advance: $40
Front Seats: $50 (Sold Out)
Door: $50

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Mohsen Namjoo – Mohsen Namjoo, is an Iranian singer-songwriter, author, musician, and setar player. He was born in 1976 in Torbat-e Jam, a small town in northeastern Iran./He began his musical ...

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