Arsht Center’s Party on the Plaza, Celebrating the Diaspora
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The Party on the Plaza, a joyous and vibrant after-party on the Center’s Thomson Plaza for the Arts, will feature complimentary bites, cocktails and dancing in front of the Center’s iconic Carnival Tower. DJs Private Ryan and Barrie Hype will get the crowd on its feet before Alison Hinds, the undisputed “Queen of Soca,” takes the stage to wow fans with her vocals and high-energy Caribbean music.
Proceeds from the after-party support the Arsht Center’s Miami Diaspora Fund, which funds the commissioning and presenting of multicultural artists who live in Miami or who share Miami’s New American view of the world.
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