Michigan Mosaic Music Festival
The Michigan Mosaic Music Festival is a public celebration of diversity and unity on Labor Day weekend (Friday, August 31 - Sunday, Sept. 2, 2012) in Michigan's capital city (Adado Riverfront Park, Lansing). Activities include live bands, multicultural performers, ethnic cuisine, beverage tent, labor displays fireworks and more.
Named for the ancient art form of small multi-colored stones carefully placed to form a larger mural pattern, Michigan Mosaic Music Festival bridges diverse communities in an outdoor celebration of labor and the diverse people who have built this city. The event is staged over Labor Day weekend in cooperation with Michigan Institute for Contemporary Art, the labor community, and the City of Lansing.
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