Pacific Ave Block party and more!!!
The block of 211 Pacific Ave and surrounding area.
211 Pacific Ave.
This Hub focuses on the block of 211 Pacific Ave (the area lovingly referred to as "China Town"). But we wanted to promote our neighbours events that are in a few block radius of our event. Experience family fun on the block of 211 Pacific Ave, and surrounding areas where our neighbours are having fun during Nuit Blanche! What is happening on the block of 211 Pacific Ave? Wall-to-Wall Mural & Culture Festival, sākihiwē festival and Urban Shaman Contemporary Aboriginal Art Gallery come together for the ultimate night event! 7pm till 11pm Music, art, dancing, games, food, coming together on one block and a kicka** stage to celebrate Nuit Blanche Winnipeg! -bring your bike and decorate it for the bike jam, which meets at our location (Kick-Off for Rainbow Trout Music Festival Bike Jam). -dance to the variety of music that make our city vibrant! featuring Anachnid, traditional drumming by Sons of The Drum, Boogey The Beat, Studio 393 Performers + Dance Crew -Community Feast -see artwork "transmission tactics" curated by Nikki Little + Tiffany Creyke And if ya feel like walking around, check out our neighbours only blocks away!
211 Pacific Ave.
Urban Shaman Galleryoutreach@urbanshaman.org
Organized by Urban Shaman Gallery in partnership with Wall-to-Wall Festival and Sākihiwē Festival at Block of 211 Pacific Ave
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