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CMI (Color Me Indie) and Space 2710 have announced today about the latest CMI event happening Saturday, March 19th, 2011 from 8PM to 1AM. CMI provides opportunities for attendees to witness the live progression of music, art, and local produced apparel.
Music performances include headliner and Silverlake all female band, Kissing Cousins, with supporting acts Buffalo Electric and The Terrapin. Local 562 artists MyDNA, Leo Gallegos, and Anthony Fuentes will create live art along with apparel by Ambird.
Free popcorn will be provided and non-alcoholic beverages will be sold. “Ins and outs” are allowed, but no alcoholic drinks are allowed inside Space 2710.

Admission for CMI is $5 for this “all ages” event and free public parking is available.
CMI Participants:
Kissing Cousins ~ Buffalo Electric ~ The Terrapin ~ Local 562 ~ Ambird

“CMI is attractive and interesting when music and artistic progression is happening all around you” says CMI organizer, Carlos Moreno. “Along with art and music, friends are created here.”

Color Me Indie prides itself on featuring prospective local music and youthful artisans creating the atmosphere for audiences “where live music meets live art.” In December 2010, Color Me Indie debuted with live music by Blonde Summer and featured live art by Artcade Collective declaring major success and securing another CMI event.

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