Thursday 04 November 2021 at 11am - 4pm
"Our Black History" Closing Festival on Campus
We conclude "Our Black History" celebrations with a food, arts, and culture festival in the center of campus. Running from 11am to 4pm, the day will showcase local restaurants, the many different strands of Black culture and feature performances from Ladies of the Midnight Blue, DJ Samara, DJ Awkward Black Girl, and many more. Want to come along? Just head to campus and get involved with the experience.
Ladies of the Midnight Blue
Ladies of Midnight Blue are an Afro-Latin percussion & brass duet comprised of Hannabiell Sanders (Bass Trombone, African & Latin Percussion, and Composer) and Yilis del Carmen Suriel (African & Latin Percussion). They create a powerful and upbeat fusion that reaches deeply into trance drum rhythms to create a melodic sound that inspires dancing and audience participation. Their music consists of powerful and upbeat combinations of percussion, brass, vocal chants, and mbira arrangements. Find out more here.
DJ Awkward Black Girl
Clumsy. Dyspraxic. Awkward. Black. Loves to play music and make people dance. Her extensive collection ranges from Rnb, Soul, Funk, Garage, Hip Hop, Disco, Dance, and much more to create a nostalgic party vibe with a current/classic twist. Find out more here.
Finishes at 16:00