2020 Martin Luther King Day

Talent Showcase

The 2020 Martin Luther King Day Talent Show of Boulder‎ is a celebration of the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. As such, its goal is to bring the community of Boulder together for a night of dance, and music, and excitement as well as raise funds for:

Please join The Boulder Speakers Bureau as we produce the 3rd Annual Martin Luther King Day Talent Showcase on Monday, January 20, 2020

Also, each year the program features local talent including dancing, recitals, comedy and soul.  This year we are proud to boast that local reggae legends: One Drum will headline the program.  As part of the festivity we will have an Exhibit Hall. 

About

This event is designed to show audience members the value of celebrating an American Hero, increase the range of diverse celebrations in the community, and raise funds for the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN).  SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth and children through advocacy, support, education and community organizing .  It’s also an opportunity for performing artist to express their appreciation for this fallen civil rights champion.  For it was Martin Luther King show said: Almost always, the creative dedicated minority has made the world better. The Showcase is open to all ages.  Participants and Sponsors were all selected with that in mind.

Schedule

Monday January 20, 2020

5:30 pm
Check-In

 

Get checked in, grab a drink, and enjoy the show

Doc HaZe

 

Funk Music

Yoko: Piano Recital

 

Classical Piano

Heaven Bound

 

Gospel

Asha: Infinite Movement and Dance

 

Cultural Dance

Miriam Paisner

 

Hula

Sarobi and Essie

 

Gospel

Patricia Linsenmann and the Children

 

Family Music


RASTA SALSA DANCE

 

Salsa

Rita Sanchez

Rita Sanchez

One Drum: Reggie Band

Reggie/Roots

8:30 pm
Winding Down

Catch your breath and say your goodbyes with your newly made friends

The Avalon Ballroom

6185 Arapahoe Ave.
Boulder, CO 80303

Sponsors

Each year the event benefits a different local nonprofit. This year’s event will benefit the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN). SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth, and children through advocacy, support, education, and community organizing . As such, your contribution may be tax deductible:  It’s probable best to consult an accountant on that matter.

But not only that, as a sponsor you will

  • be listed on all event correspondence,
  • receive 10 additional tickets for your friends and family and staff members,
  • and be allocated a booth in our Exhibit Hall.

 

So, if you wish to

  • support a local nonprofit,
  • help 10 pupils attend this community celebration,
  • support the performing arts,
  • and exhibit your services to the community,

Please become a sponsor of the 2020 Martin Luther King Day Talent Showcase.

Vendors

Each year the event benefits a different local nonprofit.  This year’s event will benefit the Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Nonviolence (SPAN).  SPAN is a human rights organization committed to ending violence against adults, youth and children through advocacy, support, education and community organizing. As such, your contribution may be tax deductible:  It’s probable best to consult an accountant on that matter. 

But not only that, as a vendor you will:

  • Be listed on all event correspondent
  • Receive 10 additional tickets for your friends & family or staff members
  • Be allocated a booth in our Exhibit Hall

So, if you wish to:

  • Support a local non profit
  • Receive 10 tickets for your friends & family
  • Support the performing arts
  • Exhibit your services to the community

This year we are expecting 250 attendees at the celebration.  Please become a Vendor at the 2020 Martin Luther King Day Talent Showcase. 

Performers

The purpose of the event is to celebrate the legacy of this fallen Civil Rights Hero and to bring our community together for an evening of cheer.  It is also a great way to bring community awareness to your ensemble’s activities.  As a performer your contribution will bring joy to audience members and honor the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King. 

The event takes place on January 20, 2020 at the Avalon Ball Room in Boulder (6185 Arapahoe Rd, Boulder) and will run from 6:30 to 8:30.  This year production will benefit SPAN: The Safe House Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence.

If you and your ensemble would like to participate in this event please send a note to Kenneth@BoulderSpeakers.com.  Together we will work to produce this event, and provide a show for attendees as we raise funds for SPAN: The Safe House Progressive Alliance for Non-Violence

I look forward to working with you and hope you are excited about the event.   You can learn more about the show on our Facebook page.

Get in Touch

Feel free to drop us a line for further information regarding the event, sponsorship, or to find out more about upcoming events.