fbpx

Miami Blues legend Mojo Ike and Val headline the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center’s 4th annual “Art Blues & Soul Festival”

Home  /  Blues musicEntertainmentMusic   /   Miami Blues legend Mojo Ike and Val headline the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center’s 4th annual “Art Blues & Soul Festival”

Miami Blues legend Mojo Ike and Val headline the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center’s 4th annual “Art Blues & Soul Festival”

By Jazmin Jones
In Blues music, Entertainment, Music

 

The African Heritage Cultural Arts Center (AHCAC) celebrates the arts and sounds of Black Miami with the fourth annual “Art Blues & Soul Festival.” The concert, recorded live, will premiere and stream on the Center’s YouTube and Facebook channels on Saturday, December 19, 2020 at 7

p.m.

This year’s festival is part of the Center’s 45th anniversary celebration featurin

g powerful performances by Miami Blues legend and Sony Music recording artists Mojo Ike & Val. The Center will also shine a light on its homegrown talent and feature performances by talented alumni and instructors including R&B artists Courtney Mickens, Zipporah Hayes, Gia Wyre, and Blues vocalist Ja’Nia Harden of The Harden Project. Current Center students will also perform, with spotlight performances by AHCAC students Wesley Wray, Ciara Hutchins, and LeAsia Brown. Hosted by comedian Chello, from BET’s Comicview, the festival will be pre-recorded in the Center’s newly renovated courtyard.

Recommended Posts

Leave a Reply





Back to Top
Close

Start typing and press Enter to search