TAPS Together: Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, Children's Performance, Ayiti: Stories and Songs from Haiti
We extend this opportunity to participate in this event for military survivors only.
Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts is the official partner to the National Park Service in providing concert and performance programming within the Park. As a nonprofit organization, Wolf Trap Foundation is dedicated to creating excellent performing arts experiences for the enrichment, education, and enjoyment of diverse audiences.
On Tuesday July, 20, Miami native Inez Barlatier is a multifaceted performer of Ayisyen (Haitian) descent. In Ayiti, Stories and Songs from Haiti, Barlatier celebrates Haitian art and culture through energetic drumming and singing, magical folktales, traditional dances, and colorful costumes. Joined onstage by her band of talented young Ayisyen artists, Inez explores themes of community and gratitude through song and leads children on a journey to a land rich with history that has often been overlooked.
Suggested Ages: 3 to 9
Gates Open: 10:00 a.m.
Start Time: 11:00 a.m.
1551 Trap Road
Vienna, Virginia 22182
Due to Wolf Trap's social distancing measures, we are limited to four pods of 4 tickets for this event. Each pod must have an adult. Click the blue apply now button above. Survivors will be notified on July 16 if they will be receiving tickets.
For questions, please reach out to the TAPS Togethers team at firstname.lastname@example.org.