The Pulse: Viva La Fiesta, We Rise Fest and Hangry Big Cats

Friday Night Feeding @ Catty Shack Ranch

 

Catty Shack is an amazing wildlife sanctuary. Hidden in the Northside, they take in lions, tigers, leopards and other creatures. 

They invite the public to come watch the Friday night feedings because OMG if you ever thought you were hangry, wait til you see the female tigers get fed. The walking tour and feeding are special because you're UP CLOSE while the caretakers toss in raw meat just feet away from the animals.

Feedings start at 7:30 p.m.

Get more info here.

We Rise Music and Arts Festival

 

Local muralist Nico Holderbaum took her heartbreak of the recent shootings and channeled it into creating a festival to promote peace. This event is free and youth-centric so bring everyone. 

Nico is bringing in artists of different forms like poetry, painting, music and dance. People can even contribute to a community mural painting project. This event is meant to strengthen city ties while encouraging expression through art, not violence. 

I'm really excited to see Matt Maxey in person. He's brought rap and hip-hop to the deaf community by signing-language interpreting on tour with Chance the Rapper. 

The festival is 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at The BrotherHood on A. Philip Randolph downtown. 

Click here to see who else you can catch at We Rise. 

Viva La Fiesta @ The Landing

 

Wepaaaaa! Let's close out Hispanic Heritage Month the only way Latinos know how: with a big, FREE party at the Landing!

Get ready for high energy music, food, a kid zone with a putting green by the PGA Tour and so much dancing. Move your body to salsa, bachata by local artists and merengue by Manny Manuel! 

Don't miss traditional dances from Peru and Puerto Rico that show you a real taste of Latino culture. 

La fiesta is 5 p.m. to midnight. See you there!

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