"IndigeNIICHII Soles on Cedar", presented by The Kick & Push Festival

The Kick & Push Festival in Kingston, Ontario
August 8th to 14th, See performance times below
Performances will take place on Cedar Island National Park
The Kick & Push Festival

Indigenous art comes from the land, and the possibilities are endless!

This August, The Kick & Push Festival, in partnership with Parks Canada, will present original works of three Indigenous movement artists on Cedar Island to audiences in front of a traditional longhouse illuminated by 3D projection mapping.

The experience will be curated by Waawaate Fobister, an Anishinaabe, Dora-award winning actor, dancer, playwright and storyteller from the Asubpeeschoseewagong First Nation.

Performances of IndigeNIICHII Soles on Cedar will take place on Cedar Island National Park

When? August 8 - 14, 2022

Showtimes and ticket information coming soon!

Covid-19: The Kick & Push Festival requires masks to be worn for all indoor or close proximity performances.

The Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning is a proud sponsor of the Kick & Push Festival! Theatre companies and performing artists participating in this year’s festival will rehearse in the Rehearsal Hall, Activity Room and Tett Gallery throughout July and August. Performances in front of an audience will take place in local parks in August.

The Kick & Push is an annual theatre festival of innovative performances first established in 2015 and based in Kingston. It includes a Fringe programming stream, as well as interesting, fun and sometimes challenging works by award-winning Canadian artists. For more information, please visit the Kick & Push Festival website: https://www.thekickandpush.com/

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