on stage & on video
Photography by Thom Wasper for Long Beach Parks, Recreation and Marine
Multicultural urban performances
Experience the rhythm and beauty of the many cultures of Long Beach through their onstage performances. Following the performances, join the artists offstage to actively participate and learn more about the culture, fashion, music and meaning within each performance. Free to the public!
- Dembrebrah West African Drum and Dance. Long Beach’s Afrikan Cultural Center is dedicated to the study, practice, preservation and presentation of indigenous West African cultural folklore. They promote cultural harmony and increase awareness and appreciation in the wider community of the rich African culture.
- Kutturan Chamoru Performers of Guam.
- Cambodian Fine Art Heritage Relief Foundation. Under the direction of master teacher Chet Savoeun, this program teaches the ancient Khmer art of bokator, a unique combination of rigorous discipline and spiritual practice.
- Hmong Association of Long Beach. The Hmong Association of Long Beach represents an
ethnic group from the mountains of Laos and Thailand also known as the Miao. The group works to
preserve the traditional culture in all its variety, including music, dance,
food and an instrument unique to the Hmong, the gheej.
- Halle Johnson
- Homeland Street Dance Crew
- Danza Azteca Xipe Totec
- Spoken Word Artists
- Homeland Funkstylers
COLORVISION videos by LB youth
A video showcase of visions produced by Long Beach youth. Curated by Digital Revolution, Really Big Boom Productions and Long Beach Cinematheque. The curtain goes up at 8 p.m. - don't miss it!