On Stage

Amazing acts will hit the stage at 10 am and keep on going until the Public Library crew packs up the State Fair fun at 5 pm. Here’s the Line Up:

10:00 am
HEART AND SOUL DRUM ACADEMY
Catch the beat of these young drummers. The steady bass beat, ranges of tone, and rhythmic accents slap together for a syncopated rhythm of harmonies. Find out more at heartandsoulmn.com.

11:00 am
AFOUTAYI
Youth performers celebrate traditional Haitian culture through dance, percussion, song, and storytelling. Find out more at afoutayidmaco.com.

12:00 pm
THEATER OF PUBLIC POLICY
Bring your lunch and share some laughs with the Theater of Public Policy. T2P2 advances the understanding of complex ideas and issues by drawing on improvisational comedy. Find out more at t2p2.net.

1:00 pm
SIAMA’S CONGO MUSIC
Immerse yourself in African folk music with this amazing trio led by soukous legend Siama Matuzungidi. Find out more at siamamusic.com.

2:00 pm
HENRY SIBLEY HIGH SCHOOL ALMAS DANCE TROUPE
ALMAS (Anglos Latinos Motivated to Succeed), from Henry Sibley High School, share much with their community including Mexican culture through folklore, dancing, and music.

3:00 pm
KALPULLI KETZAL COATLICUE
Driving rhythms and dazzling costumes highlight the tradition of Aztec dance with music from the sacred drum, conch shells, seeds and other instruments gifted by the natural environment. Find out more at compas.org/artists/kalpulli-ketzal-coatlicue.

4:00 pm
DUE NORTH
This Twin Cities a cappella group brings a refreshing taste of music you know and love, while adding new songs to file away in your personal playlist.  Find out more at duenorthvocalband.com.