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Juicebox offers Chicago’s best music, dance and theater in a kid-friendly setting. A free series of cutting-edge performances, Juicebox is geared to toddlers but is engaging for the whole family. Get your kid’s creative “juices” flowing twice a week every other Friday and Saturday. All Friday performances are 11am at the Chicago Cultural Center and all Saturday performances are 11am at the Garfield Park Conservatory (unless otherwise noted).
Chicago Cultural Center, Preston Bradley Hall
Traditional Mexican music and dance is a vibrant blend of many different cultures. Come along with the musicians and dancers of Tarima Son as they explore the Indigenous, African and Spanish influences on the rhythms, movement and melodies of Mexico. The audience will enjoy the collection of songs that evoke passages of the Mexican Revolution, the Day of the Dead and Cinco de Mayo. This lively, interactive performance featuring authentic instruments and dance engages audiences of all ages with energetic renditions of traditional music and even a familiar melody that children and parents will all recognize and love.
Chicago Kids and Kites Festival
Saturday, May 2
From 10am-4pm in Cricket Hill in Lincoln Park. Click here for more information.
Dates & Locations:
Chicago Cultural Center
78 E. Washington St.
Chicago, IL 60602
Chicago Cultural Center Accessibility:
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