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Celebrate Denver's Biennial at Nick Cave's "Heard" Performance

Posted: Jul. 3rd, 2013  |  By Michael Pearse
Artwork by Nick Cave

His last performance in Denver's Civic Center park was so nice Nick Cave is doing it twice as part of Denver's Biennial of he Americas celebration. Recreating his stellar performance at "HEARD•NEW YORK," Cave will be putting on a free performance that serves as icing on the cake for Denver's impressive lineup of events and performances landing in the city on July 19th.

Things are looking up for Denver’s Biennial of the Americas with the announcement that artist Nick Cave will recreate his recent and successful “Heard” performance in Civic Center park.

Cave has a massive show at the Denver Art Museum currently and it comes on the heels of “HEARD•NEW YORK,” which won over crowds at New York’s Grand Central Terminal in March. The piece, in the station’s historic Vanderbilt Hall, featured 30 dancers in horse-like costumes for two performances a day over two weeks.


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