Arts District Liberty Station News: September Programming

This popular free arts event takes place on the First Friday of every month from 5-9 pm throughout the 100-acre campus. Meet working artists, enjoy dance, theatre and music performances featuring community partners and discover intriguing public art installations. Wander and explore the galleries, museums, artist studios, distinctive shops and dining at historic Arts District Liberty Station.

Come for the Art, Stay for the Concert

This upcoming FIRST FRIDAY is (((amplified)))with the addition of the highly successful Liberty Station Concerts in partnership with Beer, Food and Music, a pop-up market produced by The Local Bazaar, a Beer Garden, plus so much more!

(((amplified))) Concert, 6:30-9:00 PM

Featuring B-Side Players with opening act, Shane Hall Band

Local Bazaar Pop-Up Market, 5:00-9:00 PM

Attendees can experience even more creative activities for the mind, heart, soul and stomach. Mixed with live creative demonstrations and mini workshops.

Amplified Ale Works Beer Garden, 5:30-9:00 PM

San Diego Dance Theater-“Trolley Dances” Preview

See a preview performance of “Trolley Dances.” San Diego Dance Theater will showcase a preview of the annual event which takes place later this month. Company members and community dancers will perform. Performances start on the North Promenade at 6:00 PM & 7:30 PM and will end at Barracks 17 Plaza.

WOW Festival Preview

La Jolla Playhouse invites guests to a preview of the 2019 Without Walls (WOW) Festival, dedicated to immersive and site-inspired work. WOW Festival takes place in October in ARTS DISTRICT. September First Friday attendees will experience excerpts from a surprise production. 5:30 PM and 6:15 PM on Barracks 17 Plaza.

2Installations at the Station | New Public Art

The latest in a growing collection of public art installations will be unveiled featuring a new work by San Diego artist Jason X. Lane. Tessellation #1, located behind the Dick Laub NTC Command Center, is a meditative monolith made from hand-cast tessellated concrete set within the shade of two magnolia trees. The installation provides a contemplative place to just be and experience the play of light, weather, and time. Join the artist at First Friday, September 6, to learn more about the project and his process.

See you there!

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