The W.M. Keck Amphitheatre at the Disney Concert Hall gets very Polish this Saturday, with performances from "hard-core folk" musicians Warsaw Village Band and the Tecza Puppet Theatre.
Hailing from the Polish town of Slupsk, Tecza Puppet Theatre dates all the way back to 1946, when it was a traveling family act that got around in a horse-drawn carriage. If that's not enough Polish heritage for you, the Warsaw Village Band performance includes a 17th century Polish instrument called the Suka violin.
The show takes place Saturday at the W.M. Keck Children's Amphitheatre at 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Admission is free. More information at the Music Center's website.