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A band of American musicians is trying to take on a world they’ve been told not to.

On Saturday, the “Mixtape” tour, a collaboration between the band The Mountain Goats and the National Endowment for the Arts, will hit American cities across the country.

It will feature artists such as Mase, the Roots, the Eagles, St. Vincent and the Grenadines and more.

It is one of the few U.S. tour dates of the decade, and it is one that the band has never been able to perform in the U.K. or France.

The show was organized by the nonprofit National Endowments for the Humanities (NEH), which is part of the U:U alliance.

The tour was co-produced by The Mountain Went to Africa, the National Museum of African American History and Culture, the Museum of the Moving Image in New York, the Smithsonian Institute and the Smithsonian Center for African American Studies.

“Mixtape is the latest and most exciting iteration of NEH’s mission to inspire and engage students and the public on the history, culture, and impact of the United States’ role in the world,” NEH president and CEO Daniel M. Raskin said in a statement.

“We are proud to be part of such an important endeavor, which will enrich the lives of generations of Americans, both in the United Kingdom and the U., for decades to come.”

It is the first tour of its kind in the NEH and the first time that it will be performed in New Orleans.

The band is currently touring across the U.:U alliance territories in South Africa and Botswana, but has not played in the country, according to the tour website.

The tour is part in a campaign launched by the U of A and NEH in the wake of last year’s U.N. vote on whether to approve a $2 billion resolution that declared that the U, the U-s and the world are a single people.

The resolution, which has yet to be ratified, condemned racism, colonialism, settler colonialism and the criminalization of dissent.

The U.s, U.k., France and Canada are among the countries that voted against the resolution.

The vote was widely viewed as an effort by anti-Trump forces in the global community to stifle dissent and promote a more pro-business agenda in the developing world.

“The campaign was a response to the divisive and divisive politics that have characterized the United Nations and its international institutions since its founding more than half a century ago,” said Stephen L. Schoen, the NEA’s president and chief executive officer, in a release.

“This campaign reflects the need for the United Nation’s institutions to re-engage the people of the world and to bring peace, prosperity, and respect to the world’s most marginalized.”

The group’s efforts have had a positive impact on the lives and well-being of the African Americans and indigenous people who live in the nation, according the group’s website.

“It’s been a great success in the lives, communities and well being of these musicians, including the members of The Mountain Goes to Africa,” Schoen said.

“This tour is just one of many efforts NEH is undertaking to engage students, faculty and staff on the U.’s history and legacy of colonialism, and to educate them about the ways the U has helped shape the lives they lead,” he said.

“Our mission is to build a positive world that includes the U’s peoples, and we have a long history of doing that.”

The tour will also include performances by the bands Roots, The Eagles, the Fray and the St. Bernardus, as well as the Roots and Eagles, among others.

The group’s tour also includes appearances by the Roots in the form of a set at New York’s Webster Hall, along with a special performance of Roots and the Eagles’ “The Road to Freedom” at the Metropolitan Opera House in New Jersey.

In 2016, the band also performed at the White House in the presence of President Barack Obama.

“In our mission to encourage our students to take part in their world and our work in history, we also look to explore the ways we have helped build a more peaceful and prosperous world,” Rasken said in the release.

The band also recently released an album, “The Last Continent,” that also was released under the title “The United States of America.”

The “Mixtapes” tour is the band’s second tour with NEH.

The two previous dates have included performances in London and the Netherlands.

The dates are slated to take place in the second half of 2018.