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Los Dias de La Crescent to Include 17 Arizona Acts, Movie in the Park

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Stateside Presents‘ annual festival to celebrate Arizona music, Los Dias de la Crescent, is rapidly approaching but will take on a different form this year. The event will take place at Civic Space Park and Crescent Ballroom in Phoenix on Nov. 15 and Nov. 16.

For day one of the festival, there are more than a dozen musical acts on the lineup: Black Carl, Orkestra Mendoza / Sergio Mendoza y la Orkesta, Dry River Yacht Club, Wooden Indian, Snake! Snake! Snakes!, Gospel Claws, Collins & Miny, IAMWE, Los Sociales, Decker, Gabriel Sullivan, ¡Caray!, Playboy Manbaby, Flamenco Por La Vida, Vinyl Station, Sean Watson and Flower Festival. This event is free, open to all ages (until 9 P.M.), and food trucks and full bar will be available on site.

Music starts at 1:30 P.M. with a performance by Flower Festival and ends with Black Carl. By 9 P.M., the 21+ crowd should be headed over to Crescent Ballroom to continue the festivities. First, a performance by Gabriel Sullivan at 9:15 P.M.. Of course most good Saturday nights spent at the Ballroom end with a DJ set by Sean Watson and this day will be no exception.

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The main screening will be Raising Arizona, but Welcome Diner will also be showing “The Best of DinerWoood,” a collection of Phoenix short films. Submissions are still being accepted. Those interested should send a YouTube or WeTransfer link to their film (no longer than five minutes) to waynelikesbeer [at] yahoo [dot] com. Bring a blanket and lawn chair to get movie-night cozy, but no outside food or drinks are allowed.

Stateside Presents and its owner Charlie Levy sure have a knack for bringing people together and celebrating the perks of Phoenix (beautiful October nights and an array of talented musicians).  All that’s left to do is mark your calendars.

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