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The Broad Stage Celebrates 10 Years!

Broad Fest returns on Sunday, September 3, 2017 from 2pm-7pm with an afternoon of music, food and interactive entertainment. Admission is free.

The plaza will be lively with activities, booths, sounds and people of all ages who love the arts. Come hear an array of live musical performances intermixed with DJ grooves.
Outdoor on the Plaza Stage, duo Sadubas blends tabla and a global DJ mix in between sets by Aaron Nigel Smith with his family friendly reggae sound sharing original music and the classics we love; later, renowned DJ Anthony Valadez brings us an eclectic mix of pop and world sounds in between sets of Tres Souls playing their vibrant style of Bolero music, electric violinist Val Vigoda looping in old and new sounds and The Reverend Shawn Amos and his band closing out the night with a hot Blues set.

Inside in The Edye Second Space will be additional performances and talks from our partners Santa Monica College and Heal the Bay. Throughout the afternoon, Bernard (Keali’i) Ceballos will teach tango for all ages; Hoop Revolution shares hula hooping skills; and The Broad Stage Education & Community Programs, with artist Marni Gittleman, will facilitate collective art projects inspired by wind and waves.

Delicious food from local favorites Thyme Café, Truxton’s and Treats, as well as beer and wine, will be available for purchase throughout the day.

Admission is free. For more information and a complete festival line-up, visitthebroadstage.org.

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