Mar 31 2014
Pasadena Earth and Arts Festival – May 3, 2014

Pasadena Earth and Arts Festival

Earth Day 


    The City of Pasadena and Armory Center for the Arts invites you to its 12th annual celebration of the Earth and the Arts!

    Free all-ages event in Old Pasadena… Live music from local bands, dancing and an interactive drum circle… Kids and parents get creative with art workshopsEco-friendly exhibitors will display and sell green products and services… Sample tasty treats from popular local restaurants and a “Sustainable Beer Garden”Try something new!

    Go Metro and receive a FREE tote bag! For more details, click here. Metro provides Bus and Rail transportation to Memorial Park Station till 2AM on Fridays and Saturdays. For your best route or more info, visit the Metro Trip Planner or call (323) Go Metro or (323.466.3876).


    Comedian, Author and KPCC Radio Commentator…
    Sandra Tsing Loh


    11:15 AM   The Subs: Classic Rock Band

    12:15 AM   Ballet Folklorico Sol y Luna: Ballet Folklorico Sol y Luna is a traditional Mexican community based dance group located in the beautiful Valley of San Gabriel, California.

    1:15 PM   Drumtime: Drumtime is a unique and highly effective combination of musical education, physical activity, creativity and community building; it is designed to offer children and teens hand-on experiences in healthy mind and body concepts.

    2:15 PM   Danza Yankuikuitl (New Fire Aztec Dancers): Danza Yankuikuitl is an indigenous Mexican dance group dedicated to preserving and teaching Aztec dance for the purpose of building friendship and understanding.

    3:15 PM   Blackwater Jukebox: LA band who have combined their love of roots music with a modern flair and taste for adventure, transforming traditional music into a savage new beast – darker and more danceable.

    4:15 PM   Bizzart: is an amalgam of contradictory and cohesive elements, a mishmash of sounds that treat the ears to both the good and the bad, the brainchild of DJ Arthur Arellanes.


    12:30 AM   Kan Zaman: volunteer musicians, singers and staff from diverse backgrounds performing a unique, pure and quality traditional Arabic music.

    1:30 PM   Robert Hilton: designs, builds, and plays unique musical instruments. His instruments are often sculptural in nature, but music is the ultimate goal.

    2:30 PM   Clair Mills: has focused her energy on developing interactive music and story time for children. Her performances included: interactive storytelling with puppets, stories with costumes for older children. She engages children in activities to entertain, educate and inspire spontaneous creativity and joy.

    3:30 PM   Artichoke: Local band from Highland Park established in 1998, charming high-energy set for kids and families.

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