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An Evening with Kiki Ebsen at NAMBA

November 3, 2018 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm

Namba Performance Arts Space
47 Oak Street
Ventura, CA 93001 United States

An Evening with Kiki Ebsen at NAMBA —  one night only, Sat. November 3rd at 8 pm!

 

NAMBA Performing Arts Center, located in Ventura’s historic downtown arts district, is pleased to announce: “An Evening with Kiki Ebsen,” an evening of music with the multifaceted entertainer, as a benefit for The Healing Equine Ranch, a recognized 501©3 charity. Since 2009, Ebsen founded and has operated this ranch, where she maintains a herd of rescued horses and uses them to teach individuals and groups basic understanding of communication skills and interpersonal dynamics.

Earlier this year, Ebsen took on four young paint horses who were abandoned, severely neglected and on their way to slaughter; these young horses came to the ranch in need of love and care.

The evening at NAMBA is an opportunity for Kiki to share the mission of The Healing Equine Ranch. She’ll share a fun video of her newest rescues and speak to how students learn about natural horsemanship and translate those lessons to daily life to improve communications.

Kiki is accompanied by Grant Geissman (guitars), Steven Lawrence (bass), and Dustin Ebsen (drums). She’ll perform her original songs from her popular album, “The Beauty Inside,” as well as her latest compositions, selections from the Great American Songbook from her show “To Dad with Love: A Tribute to Buddy Ebsen,” and from her Joni Mitchell Project, with selections from the 70s iconic singer-songwriter.

Singer-songwriter Charlie Baker opens the evening, which will also include Q&A with the audience and CD giveaways.

General Admission Tickets are $25. For more, visit:

https://nambaarts.com/tc-events/kiki-ebsen-the-healing-equine-ranch-benefit-concert/

About NAMBA

NAMBA Performing Arts Space is funded through the generous spirit and investment of Julia Campbell and Ben Namba. The space provides an open environment where artists share their artistry about community affairs and local culture.