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Enjoy a knock-out performance by Ozokidz and get in the groove with Junior Crew Stomp! Catch a few laughs and learn some moves with The Platt Brothers, recent winners on America's Got Talent, plus much more.
The Junior Stomp Crew has been astounding people across the San Diego community for years. This exhilarating performance, which emphasizes leading a positive and healthy lifestyle by demonstrating hobbies as anti-drugs, has energized and impacted audiences throughout the region. Chris Rubio, director and choreographer, currently travels both nationally and internationally with the off-Broadway show STOMP!
Aerial Monster will be showcasing their best moves in a variety of trapeze performances throughout the day in the Museum Park.
The Platt Brothers are real-life brothers whose comedic dance and acrobatics have taken them from local San Diego stages to tours across the US, and internationally broadcast performances with Cirque du Soleil, America's Got Talent, and the Chabad Telethon. Their workshop program stresses the importance of imagination, physical activity, and healthy lifestyles.
Celebrated Los Angeles culture-mashers Ozomatli rock out with an "Ozokidz" show – a special family friendly set geared towards children and adults alike. Ozomatli has spent 15 years working diligently to spread its message of peace, communication and understanding through music, with a long standing tradition of performing for children all over the world, from the schools of North St. Louis to the orphanages of Southeast Asia.
The Magdalena Ecke Family YMCA Performing Troupe provides dancers with the opportunity to be part of a group that performs throughout San Diego County at non-competitive events. Participants have fun building their dance technique, showmanship, teamwork and commitment. Their dancers are sharing their passion for performing arts through upbeat jazz routines recently learned in class.
The San Diego Children's Choir is open to boys and girls, ages six to eighteen, from all racial, ethnic, religious, and economic backgrounds. Rehearsals and performances of fine music literature form the foundation of instruction. The Choir provides the youth of San Diego with the highest quality choral music education and performance experience, fostering an awareness of cultural diversity and inspiring a lifelong love of music.
Dancing Kids is a developmental dance program exposing children to motor skills, movement, coordination, music and rhythm. Children learn the basics of tap, ballet, jazz and novelty dances while having fun and gaining self- confidence. Four groups of children, ranging from age 5 to age 14, will perform.
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Commemorate Hispanic Heritage Month with cultural performances and special bilingual activities. Enjoy the musical flavors of Pink Army, Todo Mundo, Manny Cepeda, dance troupes, and many more!
Manny Cepeda and his band bring the best of Classic Salsa, Merengue, Cuban Music, and Cumbias to San Diego. Puerto Rican born Manny Cepeda is a composer, singer, percussionist and arranger living in Little Italy.
Accompanied by live singing and high energy dancing, these flamenco dance students dazzle audiences!
"Voices of Hope" and "Voices of the Barrio" are second generation Latinos. Both Choirs have provided low-income, minority children from Barrio Logan and Santa Ana the opportunity to explore voice through music.
This troupe has competed across the country and performed at various festivals and events. Each performance will be accompanied by the Mariachis Real de San Diego.
Founded in 1978, Mariachi Real de San Diego has established itself as a leader in its genre. This group has a dedication, and loyalty to the century old traditions of the music and culture of Mexico.
Pink Army is a pop group of young California girls ages 12-13, consisting of Alicia Randolph, Charisma Kain, and Maddie Simpson. "Pink" represents the feminine side of this electro-pop group, and "Army" represents their unity, determination and strength. Pink Army has performed more than 100 shows, including appearances on the Disney Channel and Nickelodeon. Their single, Super Dash, was number 1 for 14 consecutive weeks.
Todo Mundo ("All the World") blends the musical flavors of samba, rumba, reggae, and other South American and Caribbean styles into an irresistible groove that lifts the spirits of all who hear it. Led by Santiago Orozco, a native Colombian, along with musicians from around the world, Todo Mundo believes that music is the best way to bring people together.
Aerial Monster will be showcasing their best moves in a variety of trapeze performances.
Alma Latina Dance Company was founded in Tijuana and quickly received awards and recognition for its unique style. Its Pro Team holds the current Mayan Team World Championship title and the directors have ranked 5th in the ESPN World Salsa Championships.
A narrated fashion show provides a collection of 15 historical costumes from Latin America.
A group of adults and children will perform a series of ceremonial dances.