Fête de la Musique Make Music Miami 6/21/09

F̻te de la Musique: Make Music Miami! РFREE
Come celebrate the first day of summer French style
Sunday June 21st – 5 PM until late!
Alliance Française, 618 SW 8 Street, Miami
5 pm – 7 pm: Open Stage Do you want to perform?
7 pm: Main Stage featuring Lanzallamas Monofonica (world music) · Grupo Embalo (Brazilian samba) · Venus Rising (percussion and dance ensemble) · DJ Pauer. Art exhibit curated by Damien B Contemporary Art Center
A silent auction featuring amazing items like a trip for 2 in the Goodyear Blimp
much more · Crepes and French snacks from Bon Appetit – wine – fun!
Gordon Biersch, 1201 Brickell Avenue, Miami
9.30 pm – 11.30 pm: Amereida (Latin funk)
Transit Lounge, 729 SW 1 Avenue, Miami
10 pm until late: Vincent Raffars, direct from Paris and French blues star Nico Wayne Toussaint
more news to come
Fête de la Musique in Miami is produced by The Rhythm Foundation, The French Consulate in Miami Cultural Services, Alliance Française, Damien B Contemporary Art Center, Transit Lounge and other partners, with support from the City of Miami Mayor’s International Council, Consulate General of France in Miami, Miami Dade Department of Cultural Affairs. Additional support is received from Event Outfitters Tents, Goodyear, Cognac Inc, Bon Appetit, Gordon Biersch.
info 305 859 8760 or 2009
Alliance Française, The French Consulate in Miami Cultural Services, The Rhythm
Foundation, Damien B. Art Center and their partners invite everyone to celebrate summer
and life with music at the most successful Fête de la Musique in North America.
Fête de la Musique began in Paris in 1982 as a new holiday celebrating the Summer
solstice on June 21st. It has evolved into a global music festival, featuring free music in
the streets, fields and concert halls across Europe, Africa, Asia and the Americas.