Jul 18, 2019 | 5:30 PM | Thursday

Thu Jul 18, 5:30 PM - Thu Jul 18, 8:00 PM
155 Water St,, ,, Brooklyn, NY 11201

Community: Brooklyn



Live at the Archway is DUMBO's signature series: dynamic musical performances + spectacle opening acts + a pop-up art gallery + interactive art experiences, in a magical, only-in-DUMBO setting. Always free, all ages, + rain or shine.

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////////TODAY AT #L@TA2019

> FAMILY JAM AT 5:30pm: Pop Music by Puppetsburg
> HEADLINING ACT AT 6:30pm: Kombilesa Mi

> “It All Adds Up” by Joshua Reynolds


The Archway Under the Manhattan Bridge is a public plaza in DUMBO, Brooklyn. It’s on Water St between Anchorage Place and Adams St.


THE HEADLINER | AT 6:30PM. Hailing from Palenque, Colombia, the first free black town in the Americas, the hip-hop group Kombilesa Mi overlays traditional Colombian rhythms and instruments with lyrics in both Spanish and the local language, Palenquero. The result is an electrifying fusion of Palenquero music and urban rap. Proud of their heritage and passionate about music, Kombilesa Mi (Palenquero for “my friends”) represents the voice of a new generation of Colombian musicians.

THE OPENER, FOR KIDS AND KIDS-AT-HEART | AT 5:30PM. Puppetsburg does interactive, contemporary puppet shows with artisanal, handmade puppets for children ages 4 months to 5 years old at various locations across Brooklyn and Manhattan. The 45 minute shows involve dancing, instruments, dress-up "photo-ops," and bubble time, followed by a puppet story. Regularly exploring concepts like counting, simple vocabulary, hygiene, and hipster culture, Puppetsburg features “celebri-puppet” guests in a unique show that is entertaining for infants, toddlers, and parents alike.

The Pop Music show features the Rock N’ Roll Lion who agrees to play guitar in Clementine’s band which sets off her pop music phase. Young viewers of the show will dress like Baby Gaga, sip lemonade like ‘yonce, and experience Madonna and David Bowie throwbacks.

THE ARTIST IN GALLERY CUBED | ALL NIGHT. Raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, Joshua Reynolds moved to Brooklyn via the US Virgin Islands in 2007. From an early age, he was influenced by art of all kinds, from visual to musical, martial arts to culinary arts. Joshua has been inspired to show how to unlock the potential energy we all have within us.

His exhibit, “It All Adds Up”, is a compilation of his creative expression, which includes "Inspirational Abstract" art (multi-colored layers of paint splatters and graffiti style l

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