Thursday, August 30, 2012

Coming Soon: Adam's Morgan Day Festival September 9th

The Adams Morgan Day 18th Street Festival returns to DC on September 9th along 18th Street. Washingtonians will enjoy live music, local vendors, food booths and the popular Arts on Belmont  art walk with artisans showcasing glassware and metalwork, paintings, jewelry, sculpture and photography.

Be sure to check out the Green Pavilion with purveyors and Kid’s Fair featuring games, educational, youth services on Marie Reed School field. The event is FREE and open to the public, however food and vendors require payment. 

Sunday, Sept 9, 2012
Noon - 7:00 p.m.
'Arts on Belmont' opens 10:00 a.m.
18th St. NW, between Florida Ave. and Columbia Rd.
Washington, DC.

2012 FLORIDA STAGE – 18th St. and Vernon St. NW
12:00 JUAC- Juventud Unida A Christo (A spiritual-rock Latin Sextet)
1:00p Zezeh Brazilian Dance (Dancers in Brazilian Culture)
2:30p Oasis Steel Band (local musicians with a Caribbean twist)
5:00p Wayne Wilentz Brazilian Jazz (Samba dance contest!)
6:00p Timba Street Band (13 piece Salsa Band)
2012 COLUMBIA STAGE- 18 St. and Colombia Rd. NW
12PM Classical Revolution DC - Classical 

1PM Maimouna Yousef - Soul / Hip-Hop / Folk
** Grammy nominated Local Artist!!**
2PM Once Okay Twice  - Indie / Rock / Soul

3PM Reesa Renee - R&B / Neo-Soul / Soul 

4PM Sligo Creek Stompers - Folk / Bluegrass

5PM Familiar Faces - Go-Go / Funk / R&B 
**6 members of Chuck Brown’s Band, including his daughter!** 6PM Cheick Hamala Diabate - Roots African / Afrobeat

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