FESTIVAL STAGE ENTERTAINMENT 
3 stages 2 days Carnaval in the SF Mission on May's Memorial Weekend
on & off  Harrison Street between 16th & 22nd Streets

Saturday, May 25th  MAP
Stage #1 – ENERGIA 
Stage Manager: John Miles
MC: Chiori Santiago 

the San Francisco Ethnic Dance Festival and Encuentro del Canto Popular will be hosting the Energia stage between 11 am and 3 pm
11:00 Cascada de Flores -Traditional Oaxacan

12:00 Ensambles Ballet Folklorico de San Francisco – Mexican Folkloric and Compa

12:25 Energia do Samba – Brazilian Samba Reggae

12:40 Queen Maisa Duke & King Norberto Martinez – Rio Style Samba

12:50 Taller Artistico Cultural “El Tunante” – Peruvian Marinera

1:10 Pampa y Estrellas – Argentenian Boleadoras

1:25 Araucaria – Dances of Chile

1:50  Emese: Messengers of the African Diaspora – Afro Cuban Dance & Drum

2:15 SoulForce – North American Hip Hop

2:25pm FatChanceBellyDance – North American Style Tribal Belly Dance

2:45pm De Rompe y Raja – Afro Peruvian

MC:   Chuy Varela

3:15 Los Peludos – Cumbias/Oldies/Huarachas/Mex-Tex/Chachachas

4:30 Dr. Loco’s Rockin’ Jalapeno Band - Tex-Mex/Salsa/Soul 

Stage #2 – 
ALEGRIA 
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MC:Stage Manager: Bernie Gonzales
11:00  Adelante Con Cristo – Salsa

12:00  Puro Bandido – Latin Rock, SF Mission

1:00 Pan Extasy - Caribbean

1:30  Omaya with Destiny Wolf – Afro Latin Hip-Hop

3:15  Azabache - Salsa

4:30  Horyzon – Directly from Trinidad 

Stage #3  ESPERANZA 
Children & Youth Performances 

MC’s:                  Chris Adriazola – John O’Connell High School

                            Sara Saltzman – Sisters of the Underground

                            Giovani Ramirez – R.A.P. High School
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11:00am  Opening Ceremony:  Danzantes with Ruben Marquez, CPI

11:20am  Mixcatl De Anahuac Aztec Dancers

11:40am  Children of Congo – Lakeview Community Center Dance Program

12:00pm  FEZTIDANZA – South American Ethnic Dance Company

12:20pm  Brazilian Jiu Jit Su – Gracie Family

12:40pm  Oamasda Karate Academy – 20th St./Mission St. Karate School

  1:00pm  OMULU Capoeira - R.A.P. High School

  1:20pm  Youth Outlook – Spoken Word/Hip-Hop

  1:40pm  Youth Dance – Caribbean Hip-Hop Dance

  2:00pm  Youth Radio Berkeley – D.J.’s

  2:20pm  Youth Opportunity SF – Talent Show

  2:40pm  Youth Speaks – Spoken Word

  3:00pm  Colored Ink – Brava Theater Performance Group

  3:20pm  United Playaz – BHNC Rappers

  3:40pm  Mala Fama Salsa Band

  4:00pm  Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts – Dancers & Spoken Word

  4:20pm  Sisters of the Underground – Oakland Break Dancers/Hip-Hop

  4:40pm  Fogo Na Roupa – Brazilian Dance Company

  5:00pm  Yenisi Reinoso “La Vida Es Un Carnaval”

 

Sunday, May 26th 2002 MAP
Stage #1 
ENERGIA

MC: 
Stage Manager: John Miles
Sunday

11:00am  Mambo Street

12:30pm  Sambada

  2:00pm  Fito Reinoso

  3:00pm  Samba do Coracao/Lisa Silva Voz do Brazil

  4:00pm  Charanson

  5:00pm  Los Mocosos

Stage #2 
ALLEGRIA
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MC: Stage Manager: Kentara

Sunday

12:00pm  Pepe y su Orquesta

  1:00pm  Orixa

  2:00pm  Mystique

  3:00pm  Vivendo do Pao

  4:00pm  Escola da Samba Academicos da Estrada Real

  4:20pm  Aquarela

  5:00pm  Dance Kaiso

  5:30pm  Mara Reggae

 
Stage #3 – 
ESPARANZA
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MC:  Stage Manager: Bernie Gonzales

Sunday

11:00 Sangano Latin Rock/Soul, SF Mission

12:00 Santero – Afro-Latin/Salsa/Hip-Hop, SF Mission

1:00 Ray Cepeda – Latin Rock

2:00 Viva Brazil - Brazilian

3:00 Bolivia Corazon - Bolivian

3:30 Buena Vida Salsa Club - Salsa

4:15 Ginga Brazil - Brazilian

4:45 Mission Cultural Center – Latin American

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Credits
Steve Bajor, Festival Coordinator
Elizabeth Soberanes
, Artistic Liason
Roberto Hernandez, Parade Coordinator  
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