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Soul of the Great Migration: A Celebration of Black Music
February 14 @ 9:00 am - 6:30 pm
You’re invited to Heritage Square on February 14th to celebrate Black History Month in style, with African American songs, rhythms, and traditions that have influenced music worldwide. Featuring African drummers, gospel singers, traditional Cuban music, fantastic local DJs, and Arizona’s King of the Blues, Big Pete Pearson with the True Flavor Blues Band.
Soul of the Great Migration is free and open to the public. Kings of Smoke BBQ food truck will be here for the event!
The day’s line up:
- 9am DJClene
- 10am African Drumming
- Noon Jazz with Gabriel Bey
- 1pm Traditional Cuban Music with Victor Caldee
- 2pm DJ Conspiracy
- 3pm The Bona Fide Blues Review featuring Arizona’s King of the Blues Big Pete Pearson & the True Flavor Blues Band
- 4pm Gospel Duo Sharla Williams & Delwin Murphy
Stop by in the morning to listen to some music that will get your body moving, and then get your lunch or a snack and settle down for some great music in the afternoon!
Organized by Clottee Hammons in conjunction with the exhibit “The Great Migration: Indiscernibles In Arizona” now on view at Heritage Square.