Dallas ARTS N' BEATS presented by Corona Premier
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Celebrate the Dallas Arts Month!

Corona PREMIER presents Arts N’ Beats, an immersive and interactive red carpet experience hosted at the Fashion Industry Gallery during the Dallas Arts Month.

The 2018 Arts N’ Beats will showcase a series of music and art performances from local artists along with a fashion show, all in addition to raising funds for individuals with impairments in Dallas and around the world.

Celebrate the Dallas Arts Month!

presents Arts N’ Beats, an immersive and interactive red carpet experience hosted at the Fashion Industry Gallery during the Dallas Arts Month.

The 2018 Arts N’ Beats will showcase a series of music and art performances from local artists along with a fashion show, all in addition to raising funds for individuals with impairments in Dallas and around the world.

Fashion Industry Gallery

April 28th, 2018 | 8:30pm-2:00am

The Pursuit of Hope is a social movement for those with impairments which includes a feature-length documentary that tells the story of the Haitian Amputee Football Team as they pursue the World Cup of
Amputee Soccer. The goal is to not only encourage those with impairments to break through physical and social barriers but to raise awareness so that one day the sport can be adopted by FIFA and the Paralympics.

Pursuit of Hope will lift the spirits of the impaired, encourage parents to value their children with disabilities, and help spread this Beautiful One-legged Game to the four corners of the world.

 believes that adaptive sports are an incredible means of improving the quality of life of individuals with impairments. Once seen performing their particular sport, those with impairments are often considered for employment and their social status drastically improves.

Operation Go Quickly supports the development of adaptive sports for all by providing training and basic equipment for the impaired community in the DFW and around the world.