Red Hot Art & Music

Red Hot Art & Music

What:  Red Hot Art & Music

When:  Saturday, July 27, 2013 – 11 am – 7 pm

               Sunday, July 28, 2013 – 11 am – 5pm

Where: Stevens Square Park – between 18th / 19th Street (one block north of Franklin Avenue and Stevens Avenue S)

AA, Free

http://redhotart.org/

Red Hot Art & Music will be celebrating on July 27th and 28th at Stevens Square Park and will be marking its 12th year of showcasing artists and musicians. Presented by Stevens Square Community Organization (SSCO), this year’s festival will transform the cozy charm of Stevens Square Park into an exciting marketplace of Minnesotan art and culture, connecting thousands of attendees with over 100 artists, more than 20 bands and performers, local food trucks, local art and community organizations, interactive games, and hands-on demonstrations for all ages.

Along with music and art, Red Hot Art & Music is partnering with the Minneapolis Institute of Arts for interactive art projects and KFAI will feature DJ sets throughout the event.

Music performance lineup*:

 Saturday, July 27

11 am-7 pm

Sean Anonymous

K.Raydio

Black Market Brass Band

The Parlour Suite

The Farewell Circuit

Bad Bad Hats

Mike In the Wilderness

Kingfisher

Sunday, July 28

11 am-5 pm

Jeremy Ylvisaker/JT Bates and special guest

Zoo Animal

Lydia Hoglund of Bomba de Luz

 

*More to be announced

 

The event will also include performances and a Q&A from the MN Brave New Voices Team, the Afro-Brazilian Capoeira AssociationBrave New WorkshopKa Joog: a Somali community organization, a mobile screen printing demo from Living Proof Collective, free bike tune-ups from The Hub, an interactive event by Conversationalists Cafe, and more.

Our mission:

 The city’s premier grassroots arts festival, Red Hot Art & Music Festival is a weekend long event that serves as a showcase for emerging Twin Cities artists, offering them and arts enthusiasts alike the opportunity to create flourishing relationships through support and networking. The event, free and open to the public, also provides a way to reclaim the park for neighborhood residents and local families. Our mission is to celebrate the artistic diversity and urban vibrancy of Minneapolis in the historic Stevens Square-Loring Heights neighborhood. Red Hot Art is presented by the Stevens Square Community Organization (SSCO), one of the longest running community organizations in the city.

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