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 2010 UNITED STATES:

2010 Bridge U.S.A. Summer Festival
Sunday, July 11th in Torrance, California

It must be summer time when Bridge USA Festival hits Torrance. Last year as we walk into the Festival we are greeted by a thundering Taiko drums. Cultural performances, exhibits, Japanese food, and booth games for kids, What more can you ask for a summer festival. While enjoying great food and drinks, spend time watching great cultural entertainment on stage. Over sixty booths filled with food, kimonos, and souvenirs are just the tip of the iceberg at this summer celebration featuring martial arts demonstrations, professional dancers, live music, and a traditional Mikoshi parade.

This annual summer event draws over 13,000 visitors every year.

Entrance Costs: Adults $5 / Children under 12 $3 / Children under 3 $Free / Seniors $Free


FEEL FREE to wear a yukata or dress Japanese style! This is the best obon festival in LA in my opinion. The largest and most fun. Let's get a nice group going and head out~

Date: July 11, 2010
Time: 10:00 AM - 6:00 PM; All day festival. Matsutoyo Kais performance starts at 11:20AM.
Location: Torrance Cultural Arts Center
Address: 3330 Civic Center Dr. , Torrance , 90503
Cross Streets: Civic Center Dr. / Maple Ave.
Driving Directions:
Region: South Bay Area
Phone: (310) 781-7150
Admission: TBA
Accessibility: Wheel Chair Access,
Website: www.bridgeusa.com
Description: Minyo performance for Bridge USA annual festival

Contact: Dr. Craig Reid, Media Director
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