Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Festival
June 22, 2019, 12-8pm
Franklin Park, Playstead Field
1 Pierpoint Rd, Boston
FREE TO THE PUBLIC, MBTA Encouraged
For more information go to bamsfest.org
Element of Graffiti Art in Hip-Hop
ft. Rob Stull, Problak, Fabian Murray
June 15, 2019, 1-3pm
Boston Public Library, Grove Hall Branch
41 Geneva Ave, Dorchester
BAMS Fest in partnership with Hibernian Hall presents...
The State of Black Music & the Arts across Greater Boston
June 14, 2019, 6pm
184 Dudley St, 2nd Floor, Roxbury
$20, all ages
click here for tickets
Coffeehouse Craig presents
Black Fruit: An Album Listening Experience
June 7, 2019, 5-10pm
Fitchburg Art Museum
Join us on June 7th, 2019 5pm-10pm as Coffeehouse Craig hosts ‘Black Fruit’: An Album Experience in collaboration with the Fitchburg Art Museum. Better known as Yo Daddy Doe, this event is set up to unify Arts and Culture within the community; combining the beautiful gallery, motivational speakers and music.
‘Black Fruit’ is an album created by Yo Daddy Doe. The entirety of the album is produced by N.F.T.I. (@n.f.t.i.) The creation of this album started by the influence of Blaxploitation films and the soundtracks that set the scenes. This event will bring this idea to life, set near downtown Fitchburg featuring Hip-hop artists who represent their community respectively.
Visual Arts provided in collaboration with MADethnic.art (@madethnic.art).
JoE GriZzly (@joegrizzly978)
Death Over Simplicity (@508DOS)
Ali Rotten (@alirotten)
And the DJ for the evening
Cash Bar will be available (Wine/Beer)
Coffee Provided by: Strong Style Coffee (@strongstylecoffee)
There is no mandatory entry fee.
Suggested donations of $5-$25 can be made via CashApp to $BlackFruitAlbum or The day of the event.
Proceeds will go back into creating future events at the Museum and community
Please come and support your Artists.
Content curated by Justice Born