For Immediate Release
River City Drum Corp and ArtsReach Present Open Mic at The Kentucky Center
The Open Mic, in its 6th season, has moved into The Bomhard Theater. Open to vocalists, spoken word artists, dancers and dance groups and musicians, the quarterly event provides an opportunity for local artists to participate in the performing arts and share their talent with others.
These events are free and open to the public and for all ages. Participants are asked to arrive 15-minutes early to sign up at the foot of the stairs leading up to the theater, or email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to be included on the list of performers.
The Kentucky Center
501 West Main Street, Louisville 40202
Sunday, Sept. 11; Sunday, Dec. 11; Sunday, March 12; and Sunday, June 11
The Kentucky Center ArtsReach program nurtures and develops diverse artists and audiences, engages youth, creates community through the arts and through professional development empowers community centers to program the arts.
The Kentucky Center ArtsReach is made possible with support from Louisville Metro Government, The Norton Foundation, United Parcel Service Co., WHAS Crusade for Children, RLR Foundation, Mark Edwards Violins, Ernst & Young and The Kentucky Center Endowment Fund with additional support provided by Brown-Forman, Yum! Brands, Inc. and other private donors.
ABOUT THE KENTUCKY CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS:
The mission of The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is to lead and enrich the artistic, educational and economic vitality of the region by providing unparalleled programming and cultural events. The Center serves Kentucky through education and initiatives which expand and diversify audiences while enhancing their understanding, appreciation and support for the arts.
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