Photo courtesy of Wild Salsa

Wild Salsa Fort Worth is hosting a community block party with live music/DJ and a special appearance from Wari Man, the ambassador for Nuestro Kimbell, the Kimbell Art Museum’s Spanish language program that Wild Salsa and DRG Concepts sponsor.

Wari Man is inspired by a tiny, four-inch-tall, ancient Peruvian figure created by artisans of the Wari Empire that is now in the collection of the Kimbell Art Museum and a visitor favorite. The figure’s torso is cloaked in a long ceremonial tunic, which identifies him as a dignitary. He is over a thousand years old, composed of densely patterned stones and shell on a wood matrix and decorated with an animal motif, perhaps jaguar heads or standing llamas.

Guests can enjoy special happy hour pricing, piñatas, raffles, and patio games like cornhole, Lotería, and giant Connect Four.

Wild Salsa Fort Worth is hosting a community block party with live music/DJ and a special appearance from Wari Man, the ambassador for Nuestro Kimbell, the Kimbell Art Museum’s Spanish language program that Wild Salsa and DRG Concepts sponsor.

Wari Man is inspired by a tiny, four-inch-tall, ancient Peruvian figure created by artisans of the Wari Empire that is now in the collection of the Kimbell Art Museum and a visitor favorite. The figure’s torso is cloaked in a long ceremonial tunic, which identifies him as a dignitary. He is over a thousand years old, composed of densely patterned stones and shell on a wood matrix and decorated with an animal motif, perhaps jaguar heads or standing llamas.

Guests can enjoy special happy hour pricing, piñatas, raffles, and patio games like cornhole, Lotería, and giant Connect Four.

Wild Salsa Fort Worth is hosting a community block party with live music/DJ and a special appearance from Wari Man, the ambassador for Nuestro Kimbell, the Kimbell Art Museum’s Spanish language program that Wild Salsa and DRG Concepts sponsor.

Wari Man is inspired by a tiny, four-inch-tall, ancient Peruvian figure created by artisans of the Wari Empire that is now in the collection of the Kimbell Art Museum and a visitor favorite. The figure’s torso is cloaked in a long ceremonial tunic, which identifies him as a dignitary. He is over a thousand years old, composed of densely patterned stones and shell on a wood matrix and decorated with an animal motif, perhaps jaguar heads or standing llamas.

Guests can enjoy special happy hour pricing, piñatas, raffles, and patio games like cornhole, Lotería, and giant Connect Four.

WHEN

WHERE

Wild Salsa - Fort Worth
300 Throckmorton St.
Fort Worth, TX 76102
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/fort-worth-summer-fiesta-tickets-64642747197

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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