2nd Annual Houston Black Heritage Music and Arts Festival
The 2nd Annual Black Heritage Festival is a one day cultural event produced by the nonprofit 501c3 tax exempt organization, The Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture. The festival features speakers, exhibits, musicians, artists, poets and craftspeople locally and nationally. The festival promotes diversity and cultural solidarity and offers both children and adults with an opportunity to increase their awareness of African and African-American culture and history.
This year's headliner will be Grammy Award-winning singer Monica. Also performing on the main stage will be Blushhh Music of Mathew Knowles Music World Entertainment, Brian Jack, H.I.S.D., De’dre, Endurance, Pastor Terrance Johnson of Higher Dimensions Church, and Jazz Anderson, daughter to Basketball Wives star Tami Roman. In the midst of those performances you can expect to be blown away by a miniature step show of some of Houston's finest step teams.