Happy Hour Fundraiser for the People’s Joy Parade

Posted by Anne McCullough on April 21, 2017 | Comments Off on Happy Hour Fundraiser for the People’s Joy Parade

Date(s) - Apr 21
5:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Stop by Nebula for a street party at Jefferson and Cherokee to benefit the People’s Joy Parade. The parade is a beautiful facet of one of Cherokee Street’s biggest and most celebrated events, Cinco de Mayo.

Snacks will be on hand for donation and enjoy cold beverages from our official beer sponsor 4 Hands Brewing Company.

The official parade event:

Want to learn more about the parade and how you can participate? Visit http://www.cincodemayostl.com/parade.html.

The People’s Joy Parade
is a grassroots menagerie of crepe paper float makers, home made costume fashionistas, b-boys/girls, midnight minstrels, Gigante puppeteers, art cars, bike brigades, moving installation artists, Elvis impersonators, cardboard bricoleurs, rainbow dancers, knights of St. Louis, drag queens, beat making marching bands, Mexican wrestlers, robot makers, Virgin of Guadalupe’s, and lost members of the Missouri tribe that seeks recognize the importance of the people who make up a community.

About Cinco De Mayo St. Louis
The Cinco De Mayo Festival on Cherokee Street is one of the largest festivals in the St. Louis area, bringing together over 45,000 attendees to celebrate the rich culture and artistic community on Cherokee Street and surrounding South St. Louis City neighborhoods. Sponsorship of this event is a great opportunity to connect with a diverse audience, particularly Latinos, urban creatives, and young professionals.

This years’ festival will take place on Saturday, May 6th 2017 from 11am­ 10pm on Cherokee Street, between Nebraska and Jefferson Street. The festival will pack the street with people enjoying authentic food, drinks, music, entertainment, art and merchandise. The People’s Joy Parade presented by Community Arts and Movement Project will begin at its traditional time of 1:11 PM and has become a festival highlight and beloved celebration of community. The festival brings together the flourishing Cherokee Business District, which includes over 200 diverse, independently owned and operated businesses surrounded by a dense and active residential community. The pride of Cherokee Street inspires the celebration of the Cinco de Mayo festival. For all festival need to knows visit http://cincodemayostl.com/

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