SUNDAY, MAY 17th from 4 to 8 p.m. as we celebrate the City of Hialeah's new artist live / work zoning spearheaded by Councilman Paul B. Hernandez. The area near Flamingo Plaza best known for it's unique thrift shops is now The Leah Arts District.
1501 East 10th Avenue
Hialeah, FL 33010
(E. 15th Street will be closed off for the block party.)
Food Trucks Curated by Burger Beast
Music by Milk Media Co., Feral Fraction, KLANGBOX Radio
Complimentary Heineken and Heineken Light from 4-5 p.m.
Live Painting Curated by Life Is Art
VW "Hialeah Art Bus" Painted Live by Ernesto Maranje
Abstrk (Miami), Atomik (Miami), Derick G. (Hialeah), Diana Contreras (Miami), Don Rimx (PR / Miami), Ernesto Maranje (Hialeah), Junk Lainez (Hialeah), Kazilla (Miami), Mr. Dheo (Portugal), NM Salgar (Miami), Trek6 (Miami).
Daddy’s Grill, Mr. Good Stuff, Taco Fresh,Velvet Creme Doughnuts, Zombie Ice
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About The Leah Arts District
Hialeah’s Southeastern industrial corridor rose to prominence during the 1980s as one of the largest and busiest areas of production and manufacturing in Florida. As a result of modernization combined with the effects of outsourcing, the uses that were once prevalent in the area dissipated and this particular area was all but abandoned.
Since that time, a medley of different uses has been incorporated into the area including a heavy presence of some of Miami-Dade County’s most prolific thrift stores.
These thrift stores have been instrumental in introducing Hialeah to an entire generation of antique lovers and artists. The Hialeah Artist Live/Work Overlay District, also known as The Leah Arts District, enjoys a strategic proximity to the newly proposed Hialeah Market Station development project, Miami’s artistic hubs, and other destination areas within Miami-Dade County. Because of it's location and highly affordable price per square footage, Hialeah’s new Artist Live / Work District is in a position to play a vital and important role in the artistic and cultural development of not only Hialeah, but the entire South Florida community.
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