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Tsunami On The Square Performing Arts Festival, Arizona

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#1 monkeywisdom

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Posted March 29 2015 - 07:14 PM

Tsunami on the Square is Arizona's primo performing arts and culture festival. It's October 24th this year in Prescott. Here's a summary that you'll find in some festival directories: 

 

Tsunami on the Square  is an annual free and all ages performing arts and culture festival in Prescott, Arizona that showcases exotic and unique performance art forms not typically seen in the Arizona high desert. The festival features a mix of local, national and internationally known professional performers. Tsunami draws thousands of people from the Southwest and beyond every year. 
 
Tsunami on the Square features a wide range of performance traditions and styles. Past festivals have featured acts such as Native American hoop dancing, blacklight theater, circus arts, acrobatic stilt walkers, fire dancers, hula hoopers, blacklight theater, Japanese Butoh and giant puppets. Vendors are welcome.
 
2015 performers include:
 
Pyroklectic (fire dancing theater), Cedar Creek Apache Crown Dancers, Circus Bacchus (Flagstaff's circus and aerial arts troupe), Ballet Folklorico Sol de Mexico (Mexican Folkloric Dance), The Strange Family Circus (sideshow arts from Phoenix), Desert Nomads Belly Dance, Tsunami on the Square Skitmercial Team and much more.
 
"Tsunami on the Square is Arizona's most eclectic free festival, having gained a loyal statewide following in conjunction with its reputation for the best in the performing and cultural arts." - DiscoverAmerica.com, U.S. Department of Commerce
 
Location of Festival: Prescott, Arizona, Courthouse Square
 
Date of Festival: Saturday, October 24th, 12pm-10pm
 
 
 

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