The City of Pasadena, in conjunction with the Armory Center for the Arts, is holding the 12th annual Celebration of the Earth and Arts this Saturday, May 3, at Memorial Park.
This is a family oriented event that will include food, art, ideas for an eco-friendly household, an interactive drum circle, and a craft beer garden by Pasadena’s Craftsman Brewing Company.
There will also be lots of music and dancing, with indoor and outdoor stages that will keep the following schedule:
OUTDOOR MAIN STAGE SCHEDULE
11:15am The Subs
12:15pm Ballet Folklorico Sol y Luna
traditional Mexican community based dance group
unique and highly effective combo of musical education, physical activity, creativity and community building
2:15pm Danza Yankuikuit (New Fire Aztec Dancers)
indigenous Mexican dance group dedicated to preserving and teaching Aztec dance
3:15pm Blackwater Jukebox
roots music with a modern flair, transforming traditional music into a savage new beast – darker and danceable
the brainchild of DJ Arthur Arellanes, this amalgam of contradictory and cohesive elements is a mishmash of sounds
ARMORY INDOOR STAGE SCHEDULE
12:30pm Kan Zaman
traditional Arabic music
1:30pm Robert Hilton
designs, builds, and plays unique musical instruments
2:30pm Clair Mills
interactive music and story time for children
local band delivers charming, high-energy set for kids and families
The mistress of ceremonies will be KPCC radio commentator, comedian and author Sandra Tsing Loh.
You can learn further details at http://www.cityofpasadena.net/waterandpower/earthday/; also on the festival’s Facebook page at facebook.com/earthandarts.
Memorial Park is located at 145 North Raymond Avenue in Pasadena. Admission to this event is free of charge.