Hosted by Masami Koshikawa and Wayne Martin, One Big Nacho is set to take over St. Matthew's with an array of arts and entertainment to help make your Veteran's Day festivities a victory.
Eleven local artists, including several University of Central Florida BFA and MFA students are all poised to present their works on the walls of St. Matthew's for our viewing pleasure. The works range from Juliet Romeo Dilenno's body press paintings and chest form sculptures to Paul Finch's live performance. We can promise your senses will be on sensory overload in all the best ways possible.
Continuing your trip into total art immersion MILKA and Vodoo Hodown are set to take the stage delivering you somewhere into a blissful symphonic coma blurring the lines between music and art. A cataclysmic collision that could only happen on the best day of the year, the ever magical 11/11.
The event kicks off at 7 p.m. and is set to carry you all the way through to the most important part of the evening...your big 11:11 wish on 11/11, but really could you ask for anything more than one big nacho?
Okay, okay so you won't need your Tostitos but just in case pack the maracas and order a few margaritas to help get this party rolling.
7-11:11 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 11|1300 N Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803 | 407-610-5109 | orlandobeergarden.com | Free
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