Press Release



The 7 Summits Foundation announced today that the “Save the Himalayas” Salleri concert, set for this Saturday, April 2, 2011, will be broadcast on the internet via live stream. As the final show in the Solukhumbu region, fans outside the region will now be able to access a live broadcast of the Salleri concert by going to either or

“The goal of the ‘Save the Himalayas’ concert series has been to raise awareness of the negative impacts of global warming on the people of the Himalayan region. Consequently, three of our four concerts have been located in the Solukhumbu region,” AC Sherpa explained. “The issues at hand, however, are problems that all of Nepal must face together. Therefore, we are proud to be able to offer this show to anyone, worldwide, allowing the world to stand alongside us and embrace our mission.”

Building on the opening ceremony on the Kala Patthar trail, 7 Summits Foundation looks to continue their initiative as the “Voice from the Top of the World,” raising awareness of the negative effects of global warming on the livelihood of the people of Solukhumbu. Following the final show in Kathmandu, AC Sherpa, President of 7 Summits and leader of the Mt. Everest Base Camp trek, will be attempting to set a new mountaineering record by summiting Mt. Everest three times in one climbing season, furthering the mission of the foundation.

The artists of the “Save the Himalayas” concert series include DJ Tenzing Sherpa, Mingma Chhiri Sherpa, Milan “Bishnu” Lama, Roj Moktan, Mausami Gurung, Gambu Sherpa, Maina Resmi Magar, and American singer and songwriter Clint McCune. American John Mower providing technical and sound support for the concert and live stream. Following the Nepal concert series, the 7 Summits Foundations plans to take the “Voice From the Top of the World” to the international community with shows in Australia, Europe and nine performances in the United States.

Please visit or on Saturday, April 2, 2011 at 1 p.m. to view live coverage of the “Save the Himalayas” Salleri Concert. For more information on the 7 Summits Foundation and the “Save the Himalayas” concert, please visit

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