Saturday, July 30, 2011

Red Hot Art 2011 July 30th and 31st at Steven's Square Park

Red Hot Art Festival

Saturday, July 30th:

Lower Stage

11:00 am – Minneapolis Free Music Society
12:00 pm – TBA
1:00 pm – Andy Elwell
2:00 pm – Villa
3:00 pm – The Discord Syndicate
4:00 pm – Bouncer Fighter
5:00 pm – Nightosaur
6:00 pm – Bitter Roots
8:00 pm – Seawhores

Upper Stage

11:30 am – Switzerlind
12:30 pm – Matthew Inkala and the Hostages
1:30 pm – Matt Moberg
2:30 pm – The Sunny Era
3:30 pm – Nice Purse
4:30 pm – Fort Wilson Riot
5:30 pm – Wide Eyes

Sunday, July 31st:

Lower Stage

11:00 am – No Guest Energy
12:00 pm – The Brutes
1:00 pm – OceanCats
2:00 pm – Power of 2
3:00 pm – The Desert Vest
4:00 pm – Rank Strangers

Upper Stage

11:30 – Niki Becker
12:30 – The Ericksons
1:30 – Party of One
2:30 – Black Audience
3:30 – Bethany Larson

-Saturday, July 30th -11:00am-7:00pm, with a special performance by The Seawhores at 8pm and a screening of Little Shop of Horrors at dusk
-Sunday, July 31st - 11:00am-5:00pm

2011 Food Vendors:
...-Asase Yaa
-La Loma Tamales
-Big Bell Ice Cream

The city’s premier grass roots arts festival, Red Hot Art is a weekend long event that serves as a showcase for emerging Twin Cities artists, offering them and arts enthusiasts alike a great 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.

Each Summer, Red Hot provides an ideal opportunity for artists of all mediums to showcase their work, and brings together 3,500 community participants. This year the festival will host up to 100 booths dedicated to visual artists, 28 musical acts to play on two stages, food from local vendors, and many local community organizations providing hands-on activities for visitors of all ages.

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