Finalized LineUp! www.9thwardfestival.com The Farm Stage: Ernie Vincent and Band; Kelcy Mae; Margie Perez, Monica McIntyre & Joy Clark; Blind Texas Marlin; Mea Culpa On the Street Stage:Tööts x Mårlëy; Mama Fiyah; DJ Black Pearl; Ra Yoseph King-Supreme; 79rs Gang; Christine Brown (aka Cfreedom), Kush Guru, New Creations Brass Band, Mannie King, MaakHeru, and Heru Ali This is a FREE event! An authentic New Orleans experience. Support your local community by having a good time. The second annual all afternoon block party with multiple local performers and musicians playing a series of concerts, visual artists, food producers, local businesses. Crawfish, beer, and music. Where Y'at? And if nothing else, its gonna be a party. Presented by 3x4 Productions, and CRISP Farms If you would like to become a sponsor or a vendor for this event email us at email@example.com
Temple of Zen Studios presents, a World Premier for the brand new documentary, The Dissertation of Melanin. All are welcome to share & spread the knowledge! Reclaim your identity | Reclaim your nationality | Reclaim your birthright
The S.T.A.R. Series is making its debut on August 29th, the last Friday of the month. We'll be providing food & drinks as well as a myriad of conscious artists.
Cafe Istanbul will be hosting a sound clash in which all types of musicians will come together to make this lovely venue jump! Come by and enjoy yourself & get immersed in the vibrant atmosphere.
K.O.S is performing at Gasa Gasa & we're planning on shutting the club down! Come by to enjoy some dope music & have a great time!
Sounds Like: Lil Wayne, Kanye West, Jay Z, Kendrick Lamar, NAS
Label: Lit Mob
Bio: Toots x Marley ... born in Methodist Hospital on March 22, 1992 and resided in the 7th ward until hurricane Katrina. With a family so deeply rooted in music, its no wonder that Toots grew to become an artist of his own. Inspired by his environment, he takes everything he experiences and uses it a...See Full Bio
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