The Harlem Cultural Festival of 1969, also known as Black Woodstock, is likely the most important music festival that you haven't heard of. The summer of 1969 was a politically volatile time in Harlem, and this intersection of art and activism could only happen in such a place and time. A series of events celebrating the anniversary have been planned, culminating in a concert on the same grounds as the groundbreaking event. This VIP Opening Night party is the perfect way to prepare for the next day's concert.
Featuring two hours of open bar, two DJ and bites from the Caribbean, this is an event not to be missed. In addition to the great time you're sure to have, you'll also be doing some good for the community as proceeds from the event will be donated to Notes to the Soul, a non-profit benefiting sustainable music education for the socio-economically disenfranchised.