You are invited for an evening of inspiration and wondrous musical fun
Join us for
A musical extravaganza, dance party and fundraiser
to bring better bikeways, walkable cities
and vibrant public places to Redding and Shasta County!
MarchFourth is a musical and dance extravaganza, it’s a big band experience with five-piece percussion corps and six-part brass section, with dancers and stilt walkers.
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Party starts at 6:00 pm
with DJ Deep Gruv
Show starts 7:00 pm
$30 day of show
GET YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
ONLINE TICKETS AVAILABLE HERE!
IN PERSON at The Music Connection in Redding
DAY OF SHOW TICKETS $30 at the Vet’s Hall
GROUP TICKETS OR QUESTIONS Call Shasta Living Streets 530.355.2230.
THIS IS AN ALL AGES SHOW
Children 5-16 yrs $10. Under 5 yrs free.
LOCATION Redding Veteran’s Memorial Hall
Yes – you will find us at the VETERANS MEMORIAL HALL!
1605 Yuba Street, Downtown Redding
MarchFourth is a kaleidoscope of musical and visual energy that inspires the audience in an atmosphere of celebration and joy.
You and your friends will have a great time and help bring more joy to people’s daily lives by supporting better bikeways,
walkable cities and vibrant public places in Shasta County!
SPECIAL GUEST Dave Snyder,
Executive Director, California Bicycle Coalition
Dave will share inspiration and how we are a part of the statewide movement for radical changes to enable more people to bicycle and walk, for healthier, safer and more prosperous communities for all!
Take this opportunity to dress-up, wear your favorite wild shirt, crazy hat or dancing shoes! This show is all about fun and joy. MarchFourth! fans know what we are talking about. We will have a photo booth and are preparing some prizes for creative outfits.
SHASTA BIKE VALET AVAILABLE FOR OUR GUESTS
PHOTO BOOTH TO CAPTURE THE FUN
Shasta Living Streets
Jefferson Public Radio
Miracle Mile Records
Ryan Russell Studio
We look forward to seeing you at the party! Thank you.
Shasta Living Streets inspires, engages and partners with community members and leaders to build better bikeways and trails, walkable cities and vibrant public places and make daily bicycling and walking convenient, reliable and fun.
This builds great cities and towns that offer everyone ages 8-80 a thriving regional economy, strong local business, healthy families, greater community interaction, less civic cost, less pollution, better living, and more joy!