Los Angeles, the city of angels is a hot spot for art and dance lovers and explorers. The city has lots more to offer including jazz, films, festivals etc. You could find one of the best dance events in the city in whole of America. Some of the most attended events that you should experience as per guide to cultural arts are:
1. CaDance/Laguna dance festival: The Laguna dance festival is organized each spring since the year 2005. LDF aims to provide a platform to new and experienced choreographers and dancers. It also aims to be spread awareness in the audience regarding these artists, their work and various dance forms. LDF performances are held in outside or inside the Laguna Beach Theatre.
2. Los Angeles Ballet (LAB): LAB was founded in 2006 by the award winning ballet luminaries Colleen Neary and Thordal Christensen. The company focuses on providing a platform to upcoming and established ballet artists to showcase their talent.
3. Lula Washington dance theatre: LWDT was founded in 1980 to give a platform to dance minorities in southern L.A. It tours regularly to make people aware of various dance minorities and runs a school where dancers could learn various dance forms.
These performing arts theatre shows are truly the best and must be attended at least once in the lifetime.
Heritage festivals have always been close to the hearts of Americans over the ages. Presently, even tourist have begun taking more than a passing interest in the heritage festivals that take place at varied times of the year, across the country. In case you are in a hurry on your culture tour, it is advised that you go by these two suggestions as per most of the popular guide to cultural arts, for heritage fest spots.
Dallas, Texas- Hosts the North Texas Irish festival, over three days, at Fair Park during the first week of every third month annually. Dating back to 1983, it is one of the oldest culture fests and also among the most widely known. Right form live band performances, to culture talks, session as well as workshops, the fest sees a strong attendance in its audiences each year.
Holland, Michigan—Echoing the culture of the original Dutch land, this Michigan city is host to the unique Tulip Time Festival. Continuing over a two Saturdays between the first and the second week in May, the festival sees, kolpen dances, traditional music, parades and firework displays. Tourists would be mesmerized to see the neatly manicured tulip gardens lining the entire city of Holland during the time.
The cultural arts guide books shall give more information about the festivals. Also check the guides to know about the exact timings of the same.