No No Boy Project – The Tour

by Eddie Wong. Posted October 11, 2018.

No No Boy is a multimedia concert performed by Julian Saporiti and Erin Aoyama. Through their songs and visual projections, they create an immersive, emotional experience where history comes to life.  They write deeply personal stories rooted in their backgrounds as Vietnamese Americans and Japanese Americans.  Peter Horikoshi, one of the founders of the Asian American folk group Yokohama, California, will be reviewing No No Boy Project’s new CD “1942” very soon.  Meanwhile, here are some videos that explain why they do what they do.  You can also experience their richly melodic, thought-provoking music in the following video.

See them in person.  Here are some upcoming tour dates.

Oct. 16 – Boise, ID at Ming Studios

Oct. 17 – Ontario, OR at Four Rivers Community Center – 7 pm.

Oct. 19 – Seattle, WA. They will play several sets during the Wing Luke Museum’s “house party” gala. 7pm to 11 pm.

Oct. 20 – Portland, OR at the Oregon Buddhist Temple – 7 pm.

Oct. 23 – San Francisco, CA at SF State University, Knuth Hall in the Creative Arts Building – 1 pm.

Oct. 25 – Stanford, CA at the Asian American Activities Center – 6 pm.

Oct. 26 – San Francisco, CA at the University of San Francisco Presentation Theater, 2350 Turk St., SF – 7 pm.

Oct. 28 – Santa Cruz, CA at Radius Gallery, 1050 River St., #127 – 7 pm.

Oct. 30 – Santa Barbara, CA at the UCSB Multicultural Center Lounge – 3 pm.

Nov. 2 – Los Angeles, CA – Pop Up Show in Little Tokyo, 341 E. First Street – 7 pm.

Nov. 3 – Los Angles, CA at the Japanese American National Museum, 100 N. Central Ave. – 2 pm.

Nov. 5 – Albuquerque, NM – Details TBA.

Nov. 6 – Santa Fe, NM at the New Mexico History Museum, 113 Lincoln Ave. – 7 pm.

Nov. 10 – Philadelphia, PA at the Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival – 7 pm.

Nov. 12 – State College, PA at Penn State at the Arts and Design Research Incubator, 16 Borland – 7 pm.

Nov. 15 – New York, NY at the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center, 61 W.62nd St. – 7:30 pm.

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