1500 Radio + DJ Twisted - 12-7pm | @1500radio What's a party without a DJ? Nothing. Kicking off the event with a scorching list of today's hit music is 1500 Radio's and Baltimore’s own DJ Twisted. He's opened for K. Michelle, Keisha Cole, Kevin Gates and Raheem Devaughn for starters and plans to bring that same energy to The Amp with his selections on the wheels of steel that will keep our party going all day long. Learn More About "1500 Radio"
Eat the Cake Band - 1pm | @eatthecakeband A stylistically unique Indie Hip Rock Soul Band from day one, the members of Eat The Cake Band have been singing, performing, and playing in sync as if they’d been together their entire musical careers. Throughout the course of the group’s collaboration, they have won over the hearts of music lovers from all walks of life and across genres. While performing at a variety of venues and making countless public appearances, their captivating, high-energy concerts have earned them an ever-growing fan base. Learn More About "Eat The Cake"
WombWork Productions, Inc. - 2pm | @wombworker WombWork Productions, Inc. brings together art and spirit through traditional art forms and showcases socially relevant productions that empower performers and youth in social change issues.WombWork Productions, Inc. has performed with many household names in the Baltimore community including: Johns Hopkins, Morgan State University, Coppin State University, FORCE: Upsetting Rape Culture, Youth Works, Great Blacks in Wax Museum, American Visionary Art Museum, Youth as Resources, and Artscape Festival. Learn More About "WombWork Productions, Inc."
Michael Rosman- 3pm | @michaeljuggler Michael started juggling and riding unicycles as a teen, which led to his gradation from both University Of Delaware, with a degree in Business/Finance and the Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus Clown College.Michael has been invited to perform in Japan, Singapore, Atlantic City, Reno and Las Vegas, and on more than 25 different major cruise ships and at over 100 colleges and universities. Learn More About "Michael Rosman"
The Poetry Party - 4pm | @thepoetrypartybaltimore The Poetry Party is an ART HOME for countless creatives in Baltimore, MD. We’ve showcased THOUSANDS of Artists from all backgrounds, from all around the world, right here on our stage. This space has become THE sustainable art platform for our community to express and heal our troubles and celebrate our wins. "We truly seek to continue developing Artists and Sustaining ART in Baltimore, by showcasing our OWN on an international platform built by US; the Artists." Learn More About "The Poetry Party"
Blaqstarr - 5pm | @blaqstarr Blaqstarr is@1500radio a Rapper, Singer, DJ and Producer from Baltimore whose talents have led him to collaborate with acclaimed performers M.I.A, Mos Def, Diplo and the late Queen of Baltimore Club Music–K Swift. With albums and EPs such ‘King of Roq’ and ‘The Divine’ that blended Club, electronic and Hip-Hop into a sonic offering that turned critics into fans by the play. Blaqstarr will bring that same energy that made him one of the many acts on stage at SXSW to BxB for fans looking for a great performance. Learn More About "Blaqstarr"
John Tyler - 6pm | @johntylersounds John Tyler is a 21-year-old artist, multi- instrumentalist, multi-genre producer, Founder of Love Groove Music Festival, and film scorer for Under Armour, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Visit Baltimore, and Maryland Public Television. He has been featured in Charm TV, Hulu Advertisements, BET Instagram Promotions, Baltimore Magazine, Afro Newspaper, Baltimore Sun, B’more Art, Baltimore’s 92Q, & WTMD. Learn More About "John Tyler"
Abdu Ali - 7pm | @abdu__ali Abdu Ali is a Baltimore based electronic musician, writer, cultural worker and multidisciplinary artist who works in sound, collaboration, video and performance. Their work often interrogates ideas of race, gender, and sexuality that manifests as poetic inquiries of identity, promoting liberation from oppressive ideologies and encouraging self marginalized peoples to be self determined. Their work also centers promoting authentic Black queer legacies and narratives as our histories are often subjected to distortion and erasure. Learn More About "Abdu Ali"
BxB Musicians & Performer List - July 2nd
HeartSmiles hosted by Young Elder and DJ Ashmo | @heartsmilesmd HeartSmiles was founded in 2015 by west Baltimore native Joni Holifield with a mission to provide exceptional enrichment and leadership development opportunities to youth in Baltimore's most under-served communities. We place our young people directly at the intersection of access and opportunity helping them to achieve success on their own terms. Learn More About "HeartSmiles"
Lil' Laughs - Talent show | @lillaughs_ Lil' Laughs is an anti-bullying & confidence enrichment youth program that uses comedy as a vehicle to build confidence and break down the cycle of bullying for middle, elementary, and high school students in Baltimore. Lil’ Laughs creates a comfortable and encouraging environment for students to express their feelings, share aspirations and learn how to work as a team. When kids can openly talk through their emotions, it can build their self-esteem and grow their confidence to help the bullying come to a stop. Learn More About "Lil' Laughs"
Baltimore Comedy Festival | @baltimorecomedyfestival Each year since its inception in 2017, the Baltimore Comedy Festival (BCF) has brought more than 50 - 100 professional comedians from around the U.S. to Baltimore for six days of LIVE showcases at multiple venues throughout downtown Baltimore and around the city. The 5th Annual Baltimore Comedy Festival will bring comedy to the screen instead of the stage with the release of 'Humility - The Baltimore Comedy Festival'. Learn More About "Lil' Laughs"
Native America's Protectors Dancers | Native America’s Protectors, LLC is a group of Native American consultants organized to represent the culture of their people in a positive and productive manner. Through cultural workshops and visual presentations, they allow the non-native to gain a better understanding of what culture means to them as a people. Native America’s Protectors, LLC partners with Native American organizations and non-native entities to promote cultural as well as educational events. Featuring: Keith Colston, Elyse Sparks Jackson, Camron Jackson, Talie Jackson, Louis Campbell, Celest Swann, Duncan Munson, Katy Isenock, Chaske Hill, Johnson Taylor, Lillian Sparks Robinson, & Matt Harmon Learn More About "Native America's Protectors"
Northern Boys - Native American Drum Group | Northern Boys Drum group is an essential part to the expression of the dances. Without the drum, without the heartbeat of the people, the dance would not take place. Each song sung is specific to each action of the dancers. The drum is not only to be heard, it is to be felt by the mind, body and most importantly the spirit of all. From honor songs to incredibly fast pace drumming, Northern Boys makes us all want to dance. Featuring: Keith Cox, Troy Richardson, & Chad Hedgepeth
Native American Flutist - Matt Harmon |
Learn Native Hoop Dance |
“CANPATLANEZI” Danza Aztec Del Anahuac |
The Keur Khaleyi African Dance and Cultural Institute | @keurkhaleyidance The Keur Khaleyi African Dance and Cultural Institute is a 501(c)(3) family-based, multi-generational African dance and drum institute based in Baltimore, MD. The institute’s mission is to preserve, present, and teach the rich culture of the African diaspora to the community at large. Based at the Eubie Blake National Jazz Institute and Cultural Center, the institute welcomes a wide range of students: men, women, and children of all ages and of several different races and ethnic backgrounds.Learn more about "Keur Khaleyi Dance Company"
Juventud Latina |
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