Fisch Bowl, the not-for-profit arm of Fisch Haus, presents a summer of events at PLATFORM, the stage in the new paved area behind the Commerce St. Art District. Stay tuned for a list of events, and follow the Commerce St. Art District and Fisch Haus facebook pages to stay current.
SCHEDULE (will be enlarged as more events are added)
Final Friday, June 29: Daydream
There have been many attempts to categorize the music of Daydream: jazz fusion, rock, funk, chamber music, latin, and even dubstep. Daydream finds themselves pulling material from all of these genres to create a palette that is raw and thought-provoking. The 10-piece horn band has made waves throughout Kansas as an ambitious young group of musicians pulled from symphony orchestras, churches, classrooms, salsa dance clubs, and everywhere in between. Their knowledge and dedication to the music come together to seamlessly create a sound that provides lush harmonies, catchy melodies, intricate rhythms, and breakdown sections so dirty you’ll want to wash your hands afterward. Daydream will be accompanied by members of the WSU dance studio for a mixed media production at PLATFORM that you will NOT want to miss!
Albums will be available for sale @ $10. Bring your own chairs!
WSU Dance Studio under the direction of Cheyla Chandler
Final Friday, July 27: An Act of Peace
Nationwide, a crime of violence happens every 26.3 seconds. Join your Hot Asana Yogi friends Final Friday for an act of peace. Meet us at PLATFORM at 7:00pm and travel around downtown with us for a series of performances. Each “act of peace” will last 26.3 seconds to bring awareness to this nationwide statistic. Hold a pose, do a flow, its all about embodying peace. Leave your mats at home, wear a blue top and black bottoms, or whatever you want and come and hangout with us! All ages welcome this event is free.
Final Friday, August 31: Tribe Atomic Dance Studio
Read an article in the Eagle for more info about PLATFORM and the surrounding park(ing) area.
A big thank you to the developers of Finn Lofts, for both having the vision to build the stage, and the generosity to continue their support of the arts in Wichita!
Photo credit: Wichita Eagle