january, 2019

19janallday20allday@Tampa Bay: Tampa Bay Black Heritage FestivalAnniversary Celebration


Event Details

The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival (TBBHF/The Festival) is a ten-day cultural event that features speakers, musicians, artists, poets and craftspeople locally and nationally. The festival traditionally begins the week-end before and concludes the week-end after the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday to promote diversity and cultural sensitivity. Each day of this ten-day experience provides both children and adults with an opportunity to increase their awareness of African and African-American culture and history. This event strives to increase diversity and cultural sensitivity.

The Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival (TBBHF) is Southwest Florida’s premier cultural event organized by the Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival, a 501 c3, Florida non-profit corporation. This 10-Day, family friendly, cultural experience focuses on music, education, economic and social empowerment and the arts. The 2-Day Music Fest, which takes place the weekend of the MLK holiday, features local and nationally, recognized musicians, artists, poets, and craftspeople. HIV/AIDS information, education, incentives and condoms will be offered.


january 19 (Saturday) - 20 (Sunday)


Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

600 N. Ashley Drive, Tampa, FL 33602

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