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Dark, witty and hard-hitting, Walter Sickert & The Army of Broken Toys deliver a unique concert experience filled with burlesque dancers, fire eaters, living mannequins and, yes, an array of broken toys. The duo's songs deal with love, betrayal and heartbreak -- ideal music for anyone who has ever been broken. The group has made huge strides in its native Boston and is now spreading its unique sound around the world. Experimental alt-rock collective Jaggery and ethereal folk singer Eliza Rickman open the show.
Energetic dance & exercise class shimmies to pounding rhythms in studio with wood floors, projector screen & hanging chandelier
When is a birthday like a musical genre? When you reach a New Age. Thanks to Queen Bee's Art & Cultural Center, you don't have to turn another year older to find cause for celebration: For $12 (regularly $25), today's deal gets you a one-day pass to the Southern California World Music Festival on Saturday, July 28 or Sunday, July 29. Or, opt for a whole weekend of fun with a two-day pass for $20 (regularly $40). Held at Four Points by Sheraton in Kearny Mesa, this community event was organized to break new ground in San Diego's world music scene, bringing various cultures together in an empowering melting pot on two stages. Thirty-four bands and musicians highlight the independently produced lineup, complemented by a beer garden, DJ sets, prize giveaways, local vendors, a kids' play area, and live art by Al Scholl. Plus, shuttle service from PB, Mission Beach, Ocean Beach, and North Park makes getting there a piece of cake. Want more? Check out Queen Bee's Art & Cultural Center on Facebook.
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