Thu

Dec

3

DDAT

With poetic lyrics, hip hop style, and hard-driving instrumental fire DDAT has carved its own path with high desert-forged influences and world-class musicianship

7 p.m.
Online
$10
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DDAT

Thu, Dec 3, 2020 - Tickets: $10

Due to COVID-19, sales will be online only. For assistance over the phone, please email tickets@sonoma.edu.

A multicultural musical group that draws from each member’s interests and cultural background, DDAT blends national touring artist Def-i‘s intelligent, poetic lyrics and hip hop style with the hard-driving instrumental fire of award-winning trumpet player Delbert Anderson, the deep funk of international touring artist and drummer Nicholas Lucero, and the intellectually explorative and expanding groove of Mike McCluhan on bass. DDAT has carved its own path with high desert-forged influences and world-class musicianship.

Grab your favorite beverage, find a comfortable seat, and learn more about the members of DDAT, their personal stories, wide ranging influences, and serving as ambassadors of Navajo Cultural Music.

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How does it work?

Buy tickets for $10 (Gather your family around the tv or computer to watch all together. No need for multiple tickets.) or subscribe to the entire fall for only $80.

You’ll receive an email 2 days before the event with a link and information about how to join the live stream. You can watch on any internet-connected device—TV, computer, tablet, phone, etc. We recommend a larger screen and good speakers.

All shows last 60-75 minutes They stream at the appointed time and are then available to watch for 48 hours following the stream.