October 11, 2017
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Museum of Science & History presents singer/activist Guerra, who instills a message of empowerment in songs born from work with survivors of human trafficking and other traumatic events. She combines these lyrics with hard-grooving beats and the result is an electrically motivating performance plus it’s on the rooftop at MOSH, under a fall night sky.

7:30 p.m. Oct. 13, 1025 Museum Cir., Southbank, $25,

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