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The Braille Music Tour Announces California Visit

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To motivate and inspire blind youth at the California School for the Blind

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, September 29, 2017 / -- September 29, 2017 – The Braille Music Tour will make an official stop in California on October 17, 2017 at the California School for the Blind as a part of the “White Cane Day” festivities.

Blind rapper NovaCain will perform at a private concert on the evening of October 17th and will speak at a student assembly on October 18th. The “I Should Have Went To College” star will also participate in the “White Cane Day” activities, such as the parade.

“I’m truly honored to have been chosen to celebrate this special day with the community of the California School for the Blind,” says NovaCain. “I look forward to meeting everyone, inspiring the children, and taking a bunch of pictures. I have been working on a very special performance and hope they enjoy it.”

The Braille Music Tour is an inspirational music tour with the goal of empowering youth to pursue their dreams. The tour features blind rapper NovaCain, who provides motivational speaking and a performance. To book the Braille Music Tour for your organization visit To receive mobile updates about NovaCain’s musical journey, text NOVA to 88202.

Sean Burke
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