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Art Around Adams
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Art Around Adams 2013 is Set for June 1st

Come join us for "Art Around Adams 2013: Ten Years on the Avenue", our 2 mile music & art walk along Adams Avenue on Saturday, June 1st from 2pm - 10pm. That's right folks this is 10th Annual event and you don.t want to miss it! Our 10 year celebration will be bolder than ever, showcasing music, art, and culture over a 2 mile stretch of Adams Avenue. This FREE, family friendly event will showcase an array artists, musicians, outrageous street performers, comedians, interactive installations, and more!

Art and music will be spilling out of local businesses and onto the street from Oregon street in Normal Heights to Vista street in Kensington. More than 75 businesses will transform themselves into art galleries and performance arenas for the day. Our Free "Comedy Trolley" will shuttle guests up and down Adams Avenue, while entertaining them with the best comedians San Diego has to offer.

So come out and celebrate our 10th Birthday with us! You.ll see the best in local art... hear the best in local music... and be engulfed by a truly unique experience...

Join us and have some totally FREE FUN on Saturday, June 1st!

This event is for you, San Diego. We look forward to seeing you there.

Contact: adam@exodus-studios.com

 
 
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