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Tri-Art Festival: The Hidden Gem in LA

October 25, 2012

The Tri-Art Festival is an unassuming outdoor festival hosted in San Pedro that showcases a mix of dance companies, bands and visual artists. This year I had the good fortune to both attend and participate in the festival. Most immediately I was struck by the very high quality of the dance companies and solo performers. Each of them could easily, and often do, play host to their own full length performances to paid audiences. However, the Tri-Art Festival provides a free opportunity to see these delightful and very talented performers in an up close and personal performance.

The festival took place over two days and presented over 20 dance groups and 7 bands in addition to several visual artists. For a free event, one would be hard-pressed to see so many quality performances otherwise. This year’s festival was dedicated to the memory of its founder, Joe Cacavalla, who sadly passed away a few months prior to the festival dates. I very much hope the Tri-Art legacy will continue with his son Mike Caccavalla and Louise Reichlin taking up the reigns in his absence.

If you are a dance aficionado in the Los Angeles/Orange County area, it is well worth the drive and time from your busy schedule. It is a truly a hidden gem and an amazing way to experience and be introduced to top notch dance and musical talent from the local community for no cost.

For more information about the festival, visit: http://triartsp.com/

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 25, 2012 10:41 pm

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