Come Join Living Arts as we launch the Teatro Chico Performance Series with a Parade!

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What: Parade across the Bagley pedestrian bridge celebrating the launch of the Teatro Chico Performance Series
(during the Celebrating Southwest Concert Series)

When: Sat. Sept 6th 5pm – 5:45 (Celebrating SW Concert series goes from 3pm to 7pm and has three more acts so please support everyone)

Who: Detroit Party Marching Band, Living Arts Youth Dance Ensemble (Tango, Salsa and Hip Hop), and You!

Where: Ford Resource and Engagement Center @ The Mexicantown Mercado
2826 Bagley St, Detroit, MI 48216

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What is the Teatro Chico Performance series?

The Teatro Chico Performance Series is a new initiative of Living Arts that will showcase the talents of local youth and adults over 18th months with a performance event every few months at the Ford Resource and Engagement Center (Mexican Town Mercado). Teatro Chico will focus on cultural artists, emerging artists and their audiences, presenting powerful performances for Cinco de Mayo, El Dia de los Muertos, Las Posadas, and other seasonal occasions throughout the year.

Join us on Sept 6th!

Come celebrate the launch of Teatro Chico and join us for a parade over the Bagley Pedestrian Bridge led by the Detroit Party Marching Band! March over the bridge with us and enjoy performances by Living Arts Youth Dance Ensembles (Tango, Salsa and Hip Hop) and music by the Marching Band. Learn more about Living Arts, The Teatro Chico series and then stay to enjoy the remaining acts!

If you would like to be part of the parade, please join us on the Mexicantown side of the Bagley pedestrian bridge at 4:30pm on Sat Sept 6th. We march at 5pm sharp!

Living Arts’ Youth Dance Ensemble will perform at the Backpack Music Festival on August 2nd. The Modern and Classical Dance Troupes will perform on the Kids Got Talent Stage between 8:30 & 12, along with Urban Stringz, Detroit School of Rock & Pop, Gina Moy, Kayden Bryce, and poet and percussionist King Thomas Moore. Other activities for families include face painting, story telling, a bouncy house, live performances, and more. Come join us for a day jam-packed with fun!

Admission: $20, free for school-aged kids (K-12)
Location: Belle Isle Park Sheds 19 & 20


Living Arts Youth Dance Ensemble will be performing at the 22nd annual diversity festival Concert of Colors on July 13 at 1pm on the Wolverine Stage.
Come out and support us and enjoy some other great acts afterward!  Admission is free and the festival is amazing!

Living Arts Youth Dance Ensemble
1 p.m.
 Sunday, July 13, 2014
Wolverine Outdoor Stage/Courtyard behind Orchestra Place Building
located just off Woodward on Parsons)

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Living Arts is dedicated to strengthening the neighborhoods of Southwest Detroit by cultivating an environment that sparks the imagination and fosters ingenuity through the arts and community development initiatives.

Living Arts is a community-based nonprofit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organization.