Reader's Agenda Sun 7/21: Evanston Ethnic Arts Festival, Celebrate Clark Street, Protomartyr, and more | Bleader

Reader's Agenda Sun 7/21: Evanston Ethnic Arts Festival, Celebrate Clark Street, Protomartyr, and more

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Celebrate Clark Street
  • Itzi Nallah
  • Celebrate Clark Street
Looking for something to do today? Agenda's got you covered:

Enjoy live music and dance alongside craft vendors and work by juried artists at the Evanston Ethnic Arts Festival, which takes place at Dawes Park.

Celebrate Clark Street has two stages of world music, featuring performances by vallenato player Beto Jamaica, French Canadian Latino rapper Boogat, and locals Funkadesi and Vicios de Papa. It all goes down on Clark between Morse and Estes.

Protomartyr front man Joe Casey is "a singer who sounds like he might at any moment fall shitface-first into a puke-lacquered bar littered with Molson bottles," writes Kevin Warwick in Soundboard. The Detroit punk band opens for Parquet Courts tonight at Bottom Lounge; Outside World rounds out the bill.

For more on these events and others, check out the Reader's daily Agenda page.

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