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Dance in the streets at Village Walk

CARLSBAD — In celebration of its 10th anniversary season, the Carlsbad MusicFestival is presenting the Village Walk, a free community celebration of music from 5 to 10 p.m. June 21, kicking off at Magee Park, 258 Beech Ave. It will then continue at assorted locations throughout the Village of Carlsbad.

This event will feature 44 performances by 30 acts between and embodies the Carlsbad Music Festival’s spirit of “adventurous music by the beach” while creating a community event for both audience members and musicians.

With a $5 recommended donation per set, the event kicks off with Giri Nata Children’s Balinese Gamelan from the Center for World Music at Magee Park, and ends with surf rock meets jazz duo, the Mattson2, at Boxd. Other highlights include performances by:

— Jory Herman, a San Diego Symphony bassist playing works from his new album of solo Bach.

— Center for World Music musicians including Peter Wanjira (Kenyan drumming and dance), Son de San Diego (Southern Mexican folkloric music), and Giri Nata (Balinese Gamelan).

— San Diego New Music, a contemporary ensemble playing Louis Andriessen’s

Worker’s Union.

— Local bands including Trouble in the Wind, The Paragraphs, Freako Suave, Second Cousins and Duchess playing sets at Boar Cross’n. There will be an after-party at New

Village Arts with DJ Lexicon Devil.

The Coaster will be running an extended schedule and the last train will be at 10:30 p.m.


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