UPTOWN — The Argyle train station will be transformed into a one-day summer festival featuring live performances and local vendors this Saturday.
From 5-10 p.m. on June 10, Base Line: Argyle is Alive, a celebration of Asian culture, will be held at 1120 W. Argyle St.
The festival, which is hosted by Axis Lab and will be part of the annual Pivot Arts Festival, will feature live performances, music, art and local food and craft vendors highlighting the talents of immigrants, refugees and creative people of color, according to a press release for the event.
The event will feature music and performances from: the Vietnamese Buddhist, Truc Lam Youth Association, Jennifer Ligaya, Abundance, L O Kari, Monotone, Kabashi and Malo, Elephant Rebellion and Ivan Resendiz.
Vendors include: Axis Lab, Friends with Chaos: Tanuja Jagernauth, Monica Trinidad, For The People Artists Collective, Cafe Ciat, Little Saigon Baguette, Asian Human Services, Ay Sauce Spicy Suka, Red Penguin Furniture, the Good Shephard Enterprise and Kie-Gol-Lanee.
There is a suggested $10 donation for admission to the event. Tickets for Base Line: Argyle is Alive and the Uptown Arts Crawl, which features Base Line and Same Plane Performance Project, can be purchased here.
You can RSVP for the event via Facebook here.