Rock The Count: A FREE Native American Music Festival
The Rock the Count Festival was created to bring awareness to the 2010 Census and encourage American Indians to complete their surveys. The highlight of the event will be a performance by Indian Musicians and bands. There will be food booths (fry bread) and vendors selling Native Merchandise. Open to the public!
Date: Saturday March 27, 2010
Time: 12pm to 5pm
Location: Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012 (323) 441-8819
There are several routes into the park’s main entrance at 1245 North Spring Street. If you have access to the Metro Rail, the park is less than a block away from the Chinatown Station on the gold line. If you are traveling northbound or southbound on the 101F, exit Alameda Street, turn right at the off ramp and Alameda turns into North Spring Street. The park will be on your left. If you are traveling on the I-5 Freeway, exit Broadway, go west and stay in left lane. When Broadway splits in two directions, take North Spring Street to the left. Visit rockthecount.com to use Google Maps for directions.
1st Act Checkers and Stripes
2nd Act DJ and the Bandits
3rd Act MusicLA Birdsingers, Pukuu @ 1:15pm
4th Act The Balsa Treehouse
5th Act Drum Group
6th Act Quese IMC
7th Act Casper and the Mighty 602 Band