The best little free music and arts fest in Texas returns. Music Alley was just named the Best Mid-Market Festival in the state by the Texas Travel awards and will transform a slice of Historic Downtown Mansfield into a dazzling free block party from 4-10 p.m. April 29.
This festival is a musical and arts journey around the world. Enjoy performances by The Ebony Hillbillies described by the Black Banjo Association as “...the premiere black string band in America.” Dance to the infectious rhythm of Brazil’s famous Samba music with the United
Dance Academy, and admire an authentic visual and audio exhibition of North American Indigenous culture, dance, and regalia with Indigenous ACE.
Four stages located through the festival will host different musical and dance groups allowing visitors to experience world-class performances and entertainment as well as hands-on cultural arts through interactive art exhibits, contests, activities and more.
Admission is free.
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