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The Music Center’s 44th Annual Very Special Arts Festival will take place on April 21 and 22 Downtown Los Angeles at Jerry Moss Plaza, after being postponed in February due to inclement weather.
The free two-day celebration offers opportunities for creative expression to Angelenos of all abilities, including arts workshops and dance performances. The Music Center’s 44th Annual Very Special Arts Festival will be dedicated to school groups on Friday, April 21, providing students with the opportunity to perform in front of an audience, showcase their visual artwork in a virtual gallery and enjoy artmaking, among other activities; on the following day, Saturday, April 22, the festival will be open to the public, promising entertainment and hands-on artistic experiences for community members of all ages and abilities. The festival’s theme, “Create Community,” sets the tone for both days to encourage participation in the arts and connection with one another. The festival returns this year as a two-day event following the success of its inaugural expansion in 2022.
“The Music Center’s 44th Annual Very Special Arts Festival is a beautiful example of how the arts can help Angelenos of all abilities and ages to feel supported and be inspired, as L.A. continues to surge past the pandemic and start anew in 2023,” said Rachel S. Moore, president and CEO of The Music Center. “I invite all Angelenos to join us and witness the incredible creativity of these amazing young people. You will feel immense joy in experiencing this beloved event right here in Los Angeles.”
For visitors planning to attend the festival’s Community Day on Saturday, April 22, free parking will be provided to them at The Music Center’s main garage, 135 North Grand Ave. Visitors must identify that they are attending the festival for free access to the parking garage.
For information or to RSVP for the festival’s Community Day, visit musiccenter.org/communityday.
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