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BlakTinx Dance Festival Kaleidoscope Dream

Kaleidoscope Dream, BlakTinx's 2024 Dance Festival, celebrates Black and Latinx choreographers from Leimert Park and Los Angeles on March 30th, 2024, at the Lula Washington Dance Theatre. Featuring diverse genres and honoring community contributors, it promises electrifying performances and a vibrant celebration of dance culture.

Saturday March 30th, 2024
Doors open 6:00 pm  

Show Starts 7:00 pm
Tickets: $20

get your tickets!

Secure your tickets now for Kaleidoscope Dream at the iconic Lula Washington Dance Theatre and ensure your spot for this unforgettable celebration of dance and culture. Availability is limited!

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Lula Washington Dance Theatre space

The performance will take place at the historic and legendary Lula Washington Dance Theatre space, providing a fitting backdrop for the electrifying and culturally rich performances of Kaleidoscope Dream. 

Lula Washington Dance Theatre 3773 Crenshaw Blvd. LA, CA 90016

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 presenting artists at Kaleidoscope Dream

The presenting artists at Kaleidoscope Dream showcase a remarkable tapestry of talent and creativity.
Lula Washington Dance Theatre 
DaanseKou West African Dance and Drummers
Old School Skinny
FUSE Dance Company
Sasha Rivero
Byron Tittle

Shantel Ureña

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Community Honors & Pre-Concert Celebration

Kaleidoscope Dream will also be honoring Keilah Glover, the Fernando Pullum Community Art Center as well as Crenshaw Yoga and Dance for their contributions to the Crenshaw / Leimert Park community over the years.  Join us for a pre-concert "Meet & Greet" sponsored by the Dance Resource Center of LA. Arrive early to mingle with our choreographers and raise a toast to what promises to be an unforgettable night!

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what to expect

thank you to our sponsors

This dance concert is being co-produced by The Bootleg Theater and The Latina Dance Project with support from the DCA, Los Angeles County Arts, CAC and the Dance Resource Center.

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