Poesia Para La Gente

venue 50 Studio proudly presents…

POESIA PARA LA GENTE

This time…poetry is continuing the metro ride…

A one-time event on a Saturday afternoon,
to stimulate and encourage artistic expression
throughout the Los Angeles area…
via the
gold
metro line

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SATURDAY, September 7 | 12PM | $5 for all day metro pass
Meeting at the GOLDLINE upper level (outside) platform
LA Union Station

featuring:
Abel Salas
Abram Gomez
Billy Burgos
Brandon Brown
Conney Williams
Iris De Anda
Karineh Mahdessian
Luivette Resto
Mike the Poet (Sonsken)
Ryan Nance
Sean Hill
Urban Voodoo
Yago S. Cura
and
Julio the CONGA poet

PLUS OPEN MIC

Hosted by jessica ceballos

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