Concert Of Colors: Hard Enough To Smile

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Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History says
In what has become a fist-pumping, standing room-only tradition, The Wright kicks off the 23rd annual Concert of Colors with a power-packed performance by MIKE ELLISON presenting Hard Enough To Smile, a musical journey encompassing hip hop, rock and roll, African rhythms and more!

BUT FIRST: City of Words, a multicultural reading with Sahar Mustafah, Diane DeCillis, Saladin Ahmed + MORE takes place at 6:30 PM in the lower level of the museum.

Doors open at 7 PM for Mike Eliison in the General Motors Theater. SEATING IS LIMITED! This performance is FREE and open to the public. Cash bar.

Featured Artists:

Classical and Opera Singer, Kresge Fellow, Kisma Jordan
Justin Crutchfuel - actor, poet, & tap dancer.
Rain Man
Craig Shephard Music
Joe Flavor
Brandon "Showtime" Bland
Jeff Canady
Chi Amen-Ra

Hosted by EttaFLYY

Concert of Colors, a free celebration of the many ethnicities and cultures represented by the people of southeast Michigan and the indigenous music of Detroit, continues through July 12 at the Detroit Institute of Arts and Max M. Fisher Music Center.

Updates and complete artist and venue information is at concertofcolors.com.
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By: Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History

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