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    Posted January 15, 2013 by
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    Change your Heart. Change the World.

     

    Rarely does a musical event come along whose message of love coincides so
    beautifully with Valentine’s Day. Because now, more than ever, people need
    to open their hearts and make this world a better place.

     

    Don Moen & Friends "Change your Heart. Change the World" - Live in Concert

     

    Through the power of music, this uplifting event promises to change your
    heart, making you a better person. Once you experience peace and love
    within, you will be inspired to share your happiness with others. There are
    many who feel hurt and sorrow in their hearts but your message of hope and
    love can surely heal them.

     

    Orbit Events proudly bring together award-winning international singers Don
    Moen, Lenny LeBlanc and Paul Baloche, to inspire you with Love, Hope and
    Music. Join us with your loved ones for a night of celebration and see how the
    power of music can help change the world.

     

    • Date: Thursday, 14th February 2013
    • Time: 9.30 pm
    • Venue: Wonderland, Dubai
    • Organizer: Pragna Vaya, Managing Director, Orbit Events. Tel: +971502183536
    • Concert Theme & Art Direction: Clyde Nunes

     

    • YouTube short video clip: http://youtu.be/oF8zVZpJXms

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