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Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival Breathes New Life into Small Town
Empty store fronts don’t discourage a small town from becoming a thriving arts district.
Last month, this year's first Kaleidoscope Cultural Arts Festival drew over 500 people including special guest, David Murdock who enjoyed visiting the many artists and vendors as well as participating in the many activities. May's festival is expected to exceed last month’s with added poxyo vendors, activities, sponsors and musical lineups.
The Kaleidoscope series which includes four festivals, are free for artists and vendors in this unique collective spectrum of arts, crafts and products, original to the Kannapolis area. Art enthusiasts from around the country attend these events in appreciation of the region’s aboriginal art. The goal of the Festival is to turn an empty store-front town into a flourishing, Old Greenwich Village-style district, keeping the love of the community and the arts thriving in Kannapolis.
This is a free admission event for people of all ages who are interested in energizing our community through arts excellence.
Michael Knox or David Domingo