Good News about Ticketing for World City concerts, too
On Saturday, October 11, the Music Center celebrates a 50th birthday by throwing an Open House for all to come revel in the dance, arts and music programming that makes our lives richer and more diverse. There will be guided tours of Walt Disney Concert Hall, Dorothy Chandler Pavilion, Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum, a chance to make prints with LA artists, line dancing and a party in Grand park.
As part of the celebration, the first World City Concert of the fall will take place in the friendly, outdoor environs of the W. M. Keck Children’s Amphitheater. Typically, this series of concerts has two performances — at 11:00 AM and 12:30 PM. Families attend either the earlier or later concert, but everyone participates in fun art making projects with the performers in between the concerts.
The World City concert on October 11 celebrates Bolivian folks music and dance. Here is a description of the show. If you’ve attended these terrific FREE concerts before, you know that it can sometime be tricky to nab the tickets, and you’ll be glad to know that you can know reserve ONLINE for the popular events. Click here for details.
Over the course of a year, by attending these free concerts, children gain a wide sense of the diversity of culture while hearing incredible music and watching some colorful performances. The Music Center is giving away a limited supply of passports to these concerts, so make it part of your school year.