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September 15, 2018, Saturday - The Cedar's 30th Season Celebration

Time: 5:30p

Location: The Cedar Cultural Center, 416 Cedar Avenue S

The Cedar's 30th Season Celebration

Come celebrate 30 years of The Cedar with us! 

30th Season Celebration featuring Aar Maanta and Hoven Droven (Mainstage), JD Steele Youth Choir & Mill City Players (Local Roots Stage)

5:30-7pm Local Roots Stage Performances (Free)
7:00pm Doors / 8:00pm Show Mainstage Performances ($30 General Admission)

The Cedar Cultural Center will kick off its 30th anniversary season this fall at the 10th Annual Global Roots Festival taking place September 15-19 2018. Over the last ten years, The Cedar’s signature Global Roots Festival has offered Twin Cities audiences free, in-depth access to new artistic voices from around the world, fulfilling The Cedar’s mission to promote intercultural appreciation and understanding through global music. 

The first night of The Cedar's 2018 Global Roots Festival Festival is a ticketed 30th Birthday Celebration featuring two artists that speak to the Cedar Riverside neighborhood’s history of immigration: classic Swedish folk-rockers Hoven Droven, and Cedar Artist-In-Residence Aar Maanta.