Segerstrom Center For The Arts Announces January Line-Up Of Free Events On The Argyros Plaza
Along with the New Year comes an exhilarating line-up of FREE performances to look forward to on the Julianne and George Argyros Plaza. Two very special events are celebrated this month, beginning with Día de los Reyes, or Day of the Kings on Sunday, January 6 and Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service on January 20. Live on the Argyros Stage features Stevie Talks, Kai Kalama, Hummingbird Hotel, HLLNDR and The Moon Rays.
For many countries around the world, the Day of the Kings on January 6 is the high point of the Christmas holiday. This celebration stems from the story of the kings - Melchor, Gaspar, and Balthasar - who traveled from the Far East following a star that brought them to Jesus in Bethlehem. This ancient and beloved cultural tradition will be honored with lively music, a community procession, delicious Rosca de Reyes (Kings' Cake) and storytelling by a local "abuelita."
On Saturday, January 20, the Center, along with millions across the country will come together to honor the legacy of Dr. King in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service. All are invited to gather on the Plaza from 11:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. to enjoy fun activities and learn new ways to fulfill King's vision for a better America - beginning with volunteer opportunities at the Center to give back to our local community.
There's much to look forward to throughout the month with a variety of live performances on the Argyros Stage, showcasing some of the best and brightest local musical talent. Four Plaza-favorites return to the stage this month: Stevie Talks (January 8 & 10) and Kai Kalama, (January 9 & 11) followed by San Diego duo Hummingbird Hotel (January 12 & 13), alternative singer-songwriter HLLNDR (January 12 & 13) and The Moon Rays (January 31) who's delicious four-part harmonies close the month with a Doo-wop experience like no other.
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