House of Bodhi with Lola Wright featuring J. Ivy and Sam Trump - 7PM - 2/4/20

House of Bodhi with Lola Wright featuring J. Ivy and Sam Trump - 7PM - 2/4/20

Tuesday, February 04 2020 6:00 PM Doors / 7:00 PM Start

Tickets

General Admission
$25.00
Tue Feb 04 2020

House of Bodhi with Lola Wright featuring J. Ivy and Sam Trump - 7PM - 2/4/20

at City Winery Chicago

Doors:
6:00 PM
Starts:
7:00 PM

Tickets

GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING
$25.00

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We look forward to you joining us for our upcoming House of Bodhi with Lola Wright experience on February 4. We’re grateful for our regular supporters who underwrite our ticket prices making the cost of our experiences accessible. Along with your ticket purchase, we ask that you consider making an additional gift of support by texting GIVE to 773.770.8577 or visiting bodhicenter.org/giving. We appreciate your generosity!

Chicago’s Bodhi Center is proud to share our new immersive experience, “House of Bodhi with Lola Wright”

Each month, Lola curates a live gathering at an iconic Chicago music venue with the inspiring musicians of the Bodhi House Band and original work from Chicago’s most moving cultural leaders. This monthly gathering provides an expansive experience for human beings who are committed to awakening their self-expression and deepening their connection to community.

Join us on February 4 at City Winery as House of Bodhi with Lola Wright invites you into a new way of being that will move your body, provoke your mind, and awaken your soul. We’re looking forward to creating something beautiful together.

For more info, visit bodhicenter.org!


Lola Wright (Host) is a Chicago original, born and raised. As CEO of Bodhi Center and Executive Producer & Host of House of Bodhi with Lola Wright and the weekly podcast And This Is Bodhi, Lola engages change agents and explorers locally and around the world. Lola is a master excavator of fear. Her work disrupts the lie of separation, the addiction to woundedness and the violence of oppression. Lola’s super powers include a willingness to reveal herself authentically and candidly demonstrating freedom, self-expression, and an infectious sense of humor. As a fierce and loving presence, Lola serves as a lightning rod for personal transformation and collective awakening.

Ameerah Tatum (Music Director) says she didn’t choose her career as a performer, it chose her. She began her career at the age of 10 singing with her sisters in an acapella jazz quartet called The Tatum Sisters. She began playing the club scene at the early age of 15 and by age 18, she was auditioning and touring with National and International recording artists. As a background singer and dancer she toured with artists such as The Brand New Heavies, Sheena Easton, Paula Abdul, Janet Jackson, and Stevie Wonder, among others. She is the voice on countless radio and television commercials, and has also sang background vocals on the albums of an extensive list of recording artists, including Don Henley the lead singer for the Eagles, and Will Downing. 

Her favorite things are being the mother of two boys, being an artist, yoga, food, the sun, warm wind, and less doing, more BEING.

Bodhi Center (bodhicenter.org) is a conscious community for people who are ready to transform themselves and their world. Born in Chicago and expanding globally, Bodhi puts media, education, entertainment and like-minded community to work in support of transformation. We disrupt the unconscious patterns of fear that create scarcity, lack and limitation and invite those we encounter into greater joy, peace, freedom, and abundance.

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