Yaks Live Art Moves To The Cascade For Special Show

A magical night of unfolding artistry awaits on stage and in the lobbies of the Cascade Theatre, as Yaks Live Art moves from the Discovery Village patio to the Cascade for a Northstate Music & Art Show Experience in September. The event features live music and art from 7-10 p.m. on Friday, September 16, 2011.

Several of the featured music acts from the Yaks Like Art Summer series will perform at the Cascade event, including Garrett Viggers & A Thin Places Band, Clear Cut Unplugged, Stephanie Foos & the Jazz Collectives, Marc Cooper, and a special appearance by the Jefferson Bagpipers.

The Cascade Theatre show will also give attendees the opportunity to watch the creation of art as mural artist Dylan Tellesen from Chico and Redding artist Juan Eddards will paint onstage during the performance.

The show will also include an art gallery in the Cascade lobby, as well as a live music and art silent auction. Also, the Yaks Live Art Exposure Scholarship artist selection will be presented, which will sponsor one local band, recording 3 songs in 3 days, at the Soundhouse Studio, as well as one local photographer and painter who will have a featured spread in an upcoming issue of Enjoy Magazine.

Current Gold Level Sponsors for Yaks Live Art include: Enjoy Magazine, the Cascade Theatre, Redding Radio, KGEC Channel 26, The Soundhouse Studio, Miguel Cruz Photography, and Orange Floor Multimedia Design.

Tickets are $18-30 at cascadetheatre.org or (530) 243-8877. For more information, Yaks Live Art is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/yaksliveart. Yaks Live Art is a non-profit focused on showcasing the Northstate’s best musicians and artists.

What: Yaks Live Art
When: Friday, Sept. 16, from 7 to 10 p.m.
Where: The Cascade Theatre, 1733 Market St, Redding, CA 96001
Cost: $18-$30 (click here to purchase)

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