Musician and permaculture advocate David Sugalski, better known as The Polish Ambassador (TPA), has created the Polish Ambassador Tour. It may be difficult to fathom, but our David Milarch has been invited to speak at the Kalamazoo stop on this music and permaculture experience.
Despite the political connotations of his name, the Ambassador is not a political partisan. Rather, he is a diplomat for a new paradigm rooted in creative joy, radical self-expression, and ecological principles. As part of this mission, the Ambassador has committed to carbon-neutral touring, instigating exploratory dance, and igniting fan participation.
The tour is traveling with a team of permaculture teachers, urban farmers, community organizers, and network weavers alongside a team of musicians, lyricists, and visual artists that make up Jumpsuit Records and The Polish Ambassador concert experience.
David Milarch, founder of Archangel Ancient Tree Archive, will not only be the keynote speaker at the event on Saturday, October 25, but he will dedicate the start of an ancient redwood grove to be planted in Kalamazoo, MI by donating a Champion Tree from the Archangel Ancient Tree Archive Living Library.
Flanked on the Ambassador’s left is visual artist Liminus, a master of translating dynamic, sonic landscapes into breathtaking video projection. Liminus’s improvisational abilities are a perfect complement to the Ambassador’s custom-tailored audio transmission, and his presence on stage allows for an audio/visual synergy rarely witnessed in electronic music performance. Together, the duo will take you on a voyage that leaves you drenched in sweat, with a smile slapped on your face, and a heart busted wide open.
When TPA comes to Kalamazoo he will be in concert at 9 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 and from noon to 5 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 26, the action day project is planting an edible urban forest at the Riverview Launch property, 1523 Riverview Dr.