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All performances free and open to the public. Please note: schedule is subject to change.

 

Wednesday, July 11, 2018

SPECIAL GUEST DJ

To be announced.

5 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Third Man Records
441 W. Canfield St., Detroit

Although minimalist in nature, not much is needed to showcase Cousin Mouth’s raw talent or express their ideas. A ghostly, soulful and jazzy sound with unconventional cadence, genuine lyricism and an unmistakable voice are the hallmarks of this Detroit duo.

6:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Third Man Records
441 W. Canfield St., Detroit

A group of Detroit rockers/punks introducing a mellow, hippy weirdo band. It’s Zach from Mexican Knives playing guitar and singing, Johnny ILL from Johnny ILL band playing Fender Rhodes, Zak Bratto from Growwing Pains on drums and Matthew Conzett from PRC on bass.

7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Third Man Records
441 W. Canfield St., Detroit


Join Grammy Award-winning producer Don Was and WDET Essential Music host Ann Delisi for an evening of rarely-seen video recordings by director Gemma Corfield, featuring legendary Detroit artists participating in the annual Concert of Colors All-Star Revue. Don and Ann will discuss screen performances dating back to 2008 by Marcus Belgrade, Juan Atkins, Marion Hayden, James Carter, Melvin Davis, Mitch Ryder and many, many more.

See Revue videos .


7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 11, 2018
Detroit Film Theater @ Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit

Thursday, July 12, 2018

Artists, activists and advocates explore issues surrounding vulnerable communities. Through performance and dialogue, the Forum grapples with the role of art as a tool for advocacy and community building. Keynote speaker: Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha.

Admission is FREE and light refreshments will be served.

THIS PROGRAM WILL BE LIVE STREAMED AT:

EVENT IS AT CAPACITY, RSVPs NO LONGER ACCEPTED; ARRIVE EARLY FOR WAIT LIST AT THE DOOR & OVERFLOW SEATING IN COURTYARD.

PLEASE NOTE All empty seats in The Annex will be released to the wait list at 6:25 p.m. on a first come, first served basis. In order to guarantee a seat, please arrive early. Doors will open at 6:00, and the wait list will be available for sign-up at that time. There will also be overflow seating in the AANM Courtyard to watch the event via live stream.

NOTE: Dr. Hanna-Attisha will sign copies of her new book from 5:30-6:15 p.m. in the Ebeid Library & Resource Center at the Arab American National Museum, adjacent to The Annex @ AANM. Books will be available for purchase during the signing and after the Forum.

Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha is a first-generation Iraqi American pediatrician and public health advocate. She is widely recognized as the whistle-blower who forced the state of Michigan to acknowledge toxic levels of lead in Flint’s water supply, and has been a prominent voice of the children of Flint throughout the crisis. She has appeared on CNN, MSNBC, BBC and countless other media outlets championing the cause of public health and encouraging others to join her in providing assistance to Flint’s residents. Her new book What the Eyes Don’t See: A Story of Crisis, Resistance, and Hope in an American City is a riveting, beautifully rendered account of a shameful disaster that became a tale of hope, the story of a city on the ropes that came together to fight for justice, self-determination, and the right to build a better world for their—and all of our—children.

Sacramento Knoxx (panelist + performer) is a hardworking interdisciplinary artist with strong Detroit roots who has built community concerts and workshops that engaged many audiences in public spaces all around the city. Knoxx travels nationally and internationally sharing interactive music performances, blending captured moments in life & creative imagery through large projection motion graphics.

Charles Ezra Ferrell (moderator) is vice president of public programs at the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, where he served as a consultant and founder of the acclaimed Liberation Film Series (2012-15) and director of public programs (2015-16).

Ananya Chatterjea (panelist + performer) is artistic director of Ananya Dance Theatre and makes People Powered Dances of Transformation, intersecting women artists of color and social justice choreography. Chatterjea is professor of dance at the University of Minnesota, where she teaches courses in dance studies and technique. She is currently writing her second book exploring the politics of “contemporary dance” from the perspective of artists from global communities of color.

Ani Cordero (panelist + performer) is a musician and music researcher. Her critically-acclaimed 2014 album Recordar received accolades from NPR’s All Things Considered, Alt-Latino, Soundcheck, Billboard, USA Today, PRI’s The World and more. Her latest album, Querido Mundo (Dear World) is Cordero’s love letter to a complicated world that addresses the themes of immigration, Black Lives Matter, Feminism and government corruption.

DeJuan Bland (panelist) is community organizer for MOSES in Detroit, a faith-based organizing coalition. He also is a minister, musician, poet and hip-hop artist. His work centers around youth organizing and bridging the inter-generational divide.

Walter T. Lacy III (performer) AKA “The Soul” & “Soul Emcee Detroit,” is a poet, spoken word artist, emcee and workshop facilitator from Detroit. Influenced by artists such as Nas, The Roots, and Rakim, and poets Amir Sulaiman & Sunni Patterson, Lacy’s content addresses the socio-political and spiritual warfare that typifies Black life in America. Through the art of language, he confronts his own battles while delivering honest social commentary.


6:30-9:30 p.m. Thursday, July 12, 2018
The Annex @ Arab American National Museum
13624 Michigan Ave., Dearborn

Friday, July 13, 2018


5P1N0K10 is a puppet theatre Hip Hopera about a robot-boy who wants to become human. In the distant future, when robots are used for war, engineer Jeghetto built 5P1N0K10 – an android who fights for humanity through b-boying and hip hop. This Afro-Futuristic re-imagining of Carlo Collodi’s classic Pinocchio includes hand-crafted puppets, live music and projections and is fun for all ages.


3 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Lecture Hall @ Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit


This amazing performer is a multi-talented young artist who has been drumming, acting and singing since age three. He has amazed audiences with his exciting drum solos, heartfelt speeches and acting performances. He has received standing ovations from sold-out crowds and won drum competitions open to all ages. He has been featured in talent and fashion shows and Guitar Center Drum-Off appearances.


5:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Farnsworth & Brush Stage
Presented by The Wright Museum + Detroit Institute of Arts

Rain venue: Detroit Film Theater, DIA


Phoenix Pharaoh is a dynamic Detroit slam poet who started writing at age 11 and entered slam poetry in 2013. Since then, Pharoah has been featured in many venues throughout metro Detroit, released an EP, became member of the 2015 Detroit Slam Team: FreshWater Wordsmiths, as well as competed in a National Poetry Slam competition in Oakland, CA. She often states that poetry chooses her, she doesn’t choose it.


6 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Farnsworth & Brush Stage
Presented by The Wright Museum + Detroit Institute of Arts

Rain venue: Detroit Film Theater, DIA


Native Detroit violinist Gwen Laster was trained in the vibrant jazz and classical music scene in Detroit. She studied with Donald Walden and with Michael Henderson, Spencer Barefield, Tani Tabbal, the Brazael Dennard Chorale and worked with Aretha Franklin, Alicia Keys, Rihanna, Natalie Cole, Danny Elfman and many others. She is joined for this tribute to Detroit pianist Geri Allen by Spencer Barefield, Damon Banks, Djallo Diakte and Alex Harding.


7 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Farnsworth & Brush Stage
Presented by The Wright Museum + Detroit Institute of Arts

Rain venue: Detroit Film Theater, DIA


Mayaeni is a singer-songwriter and electric guitarist from Detroit. Throughout her career she has several releases, was signed to Roc Nation in 2012 by Jay Z himself and toured with Citizen Cope and Macy Gray and performed with Don Was. Mayaeni was born in Detroit, the daughter of a Sierra Leonean mother and a Jewish father. She started recording her songs by age 21 and after finishing high school she moved to the United Kingdom and lived in a youth hostel while studying dance and working under the table at clothes markets in Camden. Her latest recording is El-o-cu-tion.


9 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Farnsworth & Brush Stage
Presented by The Wright Museum + Detroit Institute of Arts

Rain venue: Detroit Film Theater, DIA


The organ combo reigned for several decades as jazz’s meat-and-potatoes mainstay, a populist vehicle for blues-drenched blowing. In the hands of James Carter, one of jazz’s most sophisticated improvisers, the organ trio is no less meaty and satisfying. But his virtuosic saxophone chops elevate the organ combo to a rarefied realm defined by delectable soul, a gourmet repertoire, and consistently inspired group interplay. Featuring the lithe and muscular keyboard work of Detroit’s rising B3 star Gerard Gibbs and the propulsive drum support of Motor City trap master Alex White.


9:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Farnsworth & Brush Stage
Presented by The Wright Museum + Detroit Institute of Arts

Rain venue: Detroit Film Theater, DIA



3-5 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Michigan Science Center
5020 John R Street, Detroit


The 2018 Detroit Youth Poetry Slam Team is a team of InsideOut Literary Arts teen poets preparing to represent Detroit in the national competition Brave New Voices this July. They will be performing original spoken word poetry.

Team members:
Eldric Laron is a hip-hop artist and poet attending Arts Academy in the Woods. He is published in numerous anthologies through InsideOut Literary Arts in Detroit.
LaShawn Smith-Wright is a college freshman from Detroit. She has performed widely across southeast Michigan.
Imani Nichele is a Detroit artist and a 2018 Detroit Youth Poet Laureate. Her work can be found in InsideOut Literary Arts Anthologies.
Damon Hogan is a Detroit artist and a sophomore at Wayne State University. Damon is a two-time team member.
A’janae Neal is a Detroit artist attending Martin Luther King High School. She has graced stages such as the Max Fisher Detroit, El Club and Artists Inn.


4:30 p.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Toyota Engineering Theater
Michigan Science Center
5020 John R Street, Detroit


Come out and celebrate with us for the second year in row as the host of the Official Concert of Colors After Party! In addition to the latest exhibitions – the award-winning Detroit 67: Perspectives and (new in 2018) The Year of the Tiger: 1968, this year’s festivities include a high-energy dance party with music by DJ Mo Fresh, self-guided tours, food vendors on Legends Plaza, and a new scavenger hunt entitled Detroiters Take A Stand.

This interactive experience will guide visitors to exhibitions throughout the museum, highlighting significant moments in Detroit’s local and regional history when and where Detroiters mobilized themselves and the community to address social and political challenges across the decades.

Participants can pick one of five historically-themed tracks, complete it, and win a prize: An ice-cold glass of beer or root beer, generously provided by Atwater Brewery.

 


11 p.m.-1 a.m. Friday, July 13, 2018
Detroit Historical Museum
5401 Woodward Ave., Detroit

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Indoor vending by Build Institute
On Parsons Street:

DIA Away: Think Like an Artist mobile interactive classroom
Arts & Scraps Scrapmobile
Vending by Made Metro Collective + ACCESS’ Entrepreneurial Growth Program


This powerhouse group has been built over years of rehearsals and gigs, crisscrossing America from Lincoln Center Outdoors in their adopted hometown of New York, to Chicago, Los Angeles and Toronto, and around the globe to the Roskilde Festival in Denmark and the Atlantic Music Expo in Cape Verde. Everywhere, they’ve won over friends: a storming appearance at globalFEST saw the band awarded a touring fund. Afropop Worldwide praised the “frantic terrain” the band explores. NPR raved about the “driving and gritty energy…this raw-edged, punk-tinged band explodes with the propulsive force of traditional rhythms and urban restlessness.”


3 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


RAM is a drum and roots-driven Haitian powerhouse that delivers ancient folkloric polyrhythms intertwined harmoniously with punk-rock guitar riffs and swinging Caribbean keyboard melodies. Prominent in the mizik rasin movement, RAM is famous for its regular Thursday night performances at the Hotel Oloffson in downtown Port-au-Prince, attended by hotel guests and a wide spectrum of the country’s political and racial groups. The band’s music incorporates traditional Vodou lyrics and instruments, such as rara horns and petro drums, into modern rock and roll, with song lyrics in Haitian Creole, French and English.


5:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit



Don Was Detroit All-Star Revue: Detroit Rocks!

Songs by Detroit rockers + songs that celebrate Detroit rock music, curated by the highly sought-after, award-winning producer from Detroit. Feat. Mike Ellison; Mick Collins; Wayne Kramer; Susan Calloway; Laura Rain; Jessica Hernandez; Kenny Watson; Nadir Omowale; Steffanie Christi’an, cohost Ann Delisi + Revue House Band: Sweet Pea Atkinson, Donald Ray Mitchell, Sir Harry Bowens, Brian Roscoe White, Wayne Gerard, Luis Resto, Dave McMurray, Rayse Biggs, Ron Pangborn, Ron Otis + Don Was.


8 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Enjoy a sound bath while moving through an all-levels, all-ages hatha yoga class. Let the music wash over you as you move your body and breathe! The calming effects of collective energy will become manifest as the class ends in a sublime moment of meditation. Comfortable clothing, yoga mat, water bottle and signed liability waiver required.

Salar Ansari was born and raised in Tehran, Iran. His love for the exploration of original sound as a life quest makes him a sought-after producer and educator, leading the way as a visionary force for young musicians in the making. Cindy Spires founded Detroit Community Yoga as a way to engage with the community through the power of yoga. She has offered many free yoga classes in Detroit since 2013; hosted yoga fundraisers; and curated countless special event yoga classes in venues around Detroit accompanied by a live electronic music. Sponsor: Poetic Societies.


4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Namjoo is an Iranian singer/songwriter, music scholar and setar (traditional Persian lute) player based in New York City. Hailed as the Bob Dylan of Iran by The New York Times, Namjoo is a visionary artist who speaks for the youth in Iran. Seamlessly blending the setar with electric guitar, and rock and blues vocal techniques with Persian avaz (singing), he fuses the ancient with the current. Yahya Alkhansa is an Iranian drummer and percussionist who mixes traditional rhythms and techniques with modern drumming. He was active in Iran’s underground music scene and moved to New York in 2011 to study at the Drummers Collective. He joined Mohsen Namjoo’s band in 2012. Sponsor: Poetic Societies.


7 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Cumbia clandestine from El Planet Lucha, here to defend the rights of all aliens throughout the galaxy… and beyond! Combining classic new wave, rock and disco with Latin cumbia rhythms, ECNO takes audiences by storm with their hilarious, irreverent and highly entertaining on-stage antics and energetic performances. Who are the masked men and what are their true identities? No one knows, but ECNO’s mission is simple: to bring great energy, attitude and music to the world and get people everywhere dancing to the rhythm of cumbia.


9:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Sumkali has become Michigan’s premier Indian fusion group. With multiple Detroit Music Award nominations for Outstanding World Music Group and People’s Choice Award, Sumkali has been successfully bringing together musicians from all over the world to perform music that unites the ancient musical traditions of India with jazz, blues, funk and folk of the West.


1 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Denise Davis and the Motor City Sensations have performed at the most popular entertainment venues in metro Detroit, including the Music Hall Jazz Cafe, The Detroit Free Press Marathon and the Paradise Valley Music Fest, just to name a few. She is known for her powerful vocals and dynamic stage presence.


2:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Aguankó, the ensemble led by percussionist and composer Alberto Nacíf, is a talented group of Michigan-based musicians who are steeped in the tradition of jazz infused Son-Salsa. In La Bicicleta and Chiquita, for example, you might hear shades of Conjunto Libre or Eddie Palmieri’s La Perfecta Orchestra. And, like the Fort Apache Band, there are Afro-Cuban folkloric rhythms, as in the percussive Rumba Elemental.


4 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Reimagining Americana with much more mystique and a much tighter kick, this Detroit-based outfit will bewitch you, then break your heart with their post-millennial torch songs, cinematic spins and nostalgia-pop, slow-dance jukebox jams. Led by husband/wife songwriting duo of singer Kate Hinote and guitarist/producer Tony Hamera, The Blueflowers evoke a noir-drenched neverland of Western rock and strutting bubblegum pop clouded by a surreal, cinematic haze of reverb.


5:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


An R&B artist from the metro Detroit area.


7 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


N4Structure Band is a jazz, R & B and Motown classics band that appeals to any listening pleasure with their smooth sound, themed attire and professionalism.


8:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Louis Armstrong said, “All music is folk music.” Veteran writer and performer Jere Stormer curates a sampler of voices from southeastern Michigan who will demonstrate where folk comes from.

3 p.m. Jere Stormer and Ken Marten introduction
3:15 p.m. Rev. Robert B. Jones
3:45 p.m. Lauren Crane
4:15 p.m. Joe Kidd & Sheila Burke
4:45 p.m. Sigrid Christiansen
5:15 p.m. Spoo Willoughby
5:45 p.m. A Plus
6:15 p.m. Emily Rose
6:45 p.m. Anthony Retka


3-7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018
NEW LOCATION THIS DATE ONLY In the Crystal Gallery
Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Indoor vending by Build Institute
On Parsons Street:

DIA Away: Think Like an Artist mobile interactive classroom
Arts & Scraps Scrapmobile
Vending by Made Metro Collective + ACCESS’ Entrepreneurial Growth Program


Set in the spirit and celebration of our diverse Detroit, In Transit’s Global Review will showcase the most amazing talent from around the world who are living right here in metro Detroit. Featuring virtuoso musicians, singers and dancers from 10 countries performing as a collective.


3 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


There are few acts in the U.K. with as strong an influence, as complex a legacy, and as mysteriously legendary as Transglobal Underground. Over 25 years it’s been a DJ/musical collective, one of the founders of global fusion, a working band famous for its scorching live shows, a techno soundsystem, a folk-festival rabble rouser, a pop group, a club night, a Middle Eastern hit production team, an improvised study group for Indian classical music, an Albanian brass band, a seminar, a medicine show and several things no one involved would admit to if they could even remember them.

https://transglobalunderground.net/


5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


For more than a half-century, Buffy Sainte-Marie has been a disruptor of the status quo. In 1969, she made one of the world’s first electronic vocal albums; in 1982 she became the first Indigenous person to win an Oscar. When she was blacklisted and silenced from American radio airwaves, she joined the cast of Sesame Street and became the first woman to breastfeed on national television. She’s written pop standards sung and recorded by the likes of Janis Joplin, Elvis Presley, Donovan, Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes in addition to writing Universal Soldier, the definitive anti-war anthem of the 20th century. Medicine Songs, the follow-up to the Polaris Music Prize and JUNO Award-winning 2015 album Power in the Blood, was released in 2017.


8 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Meijer Main Stage (Orchestra Hall)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Sin Paredes literally translates to “without walls.” From the rebellious rhythms of bomba to flipping the script on the machismo of mariachi, this collective performance featuring Detroit musicians will honor historical music and contemporary voices in the struggle against discrimination and demonization of Latin American and descendant peoples. Performers include Ray Ureña y los Satellites feat. Ammy Amorette; Mariachi Femenil Detroit; Cándida the Poet, and BombaRica.


4:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Born in Detroit, moore first came to national prominence when she won on the legendary It’s Showtime at the Apollo competition a record-breaking five times in a row. moore is the CEO of Moore Black Press, executive producer of Black WOMEN Rock!, and founder of the literacy-driven Jess Care Moore Foundation. She is the 2013 Alain Locke Award Recipient from the Detroit Institute of Arts. moore is the author of several poetry collections and a memoir, Love is Not The Enemy.


7:00 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


The Flint, Mich. multi-hyphenate (singer, songwriter, producer, rapper, choreographer, author, activist + more) is a beloved fixture in the Detroit-area music scene and his recordings, live performances and activism have led to critical praise from outlets spanning The New York Times, Billboard and Rolling Stone, to Pitchfork, Noisey, Afropunk, Bitch, Jezebel and others. He was a breakout performer at SXSW 2017, toured last year with Sleigh Bells, and his 2015 single, Namesake, was used last fall by Apple for its iPhone 8 ads. Olaniran’s second album, Stranger, is set to be released this summer.


9:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Comerica Diversity Stage (The Cube)
Max M. & Marjorie S. Fisher Music Center
3711 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Iyawo Dance Theatre is a drum and dance troupe that explores movement and music of the African and Caribbean diaspora. Founder Lisa McCall is a master teacher, choreographer, producer, director, spiritual iya and community leader who has taught around the world. The class is designed to be beneficial for all experience levels and is a wonderful tool for community building and spiritual healing through the benefits of dance.


1 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Scarab Club
217 Farnsworth St., Detroit


Sincerely is a four-piece math-rock instrumental band from metro Detroit area. Formed in 2017, the band released its debut EP, Sweet Talk, that year, and has been consistently been playing shows in the metro area ever since. Consisting of members Christian Bridges (guitar), Brandon Coulter (guitar), Bradley Lockhart (bass) and Geoff Walchak (drums), Sincerely is currently planning its debut album and proudly uses Cusack Music pedals and Moniker guitars.


1 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Funk/R&B outfit.


2:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Recognized in the Jazz Times Critic’s Poll, the Dave Sharp Worlds Quartet masterfully blends rhythms, sounds and textures from across the globe. This evening of “world jazz” music will feature Dave Sharp on electric bass, guitar and synthesizer; Igor on oud; and Henrik Karapetyan on violin, performing compositions from their new CD release Delta (Vortex World Music Recordings).


4 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


With an amalgamation of blues, soul and world music, Australian singer/songwriter Peter D. Harper, now based in Detroit, creates a heady mix of roots music through his creative use of the harmonica and the haunting drone of the didgeridoo. Harper possesses a powerful, soulful voice and a deep, almost mystical approach to music that some might say has evolved into its own genre.


5:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Drummer and educator Sean Dobbins got his start as a sought-after Detroit area jazz sideman at a young age, when he would regularly play with Blue Note artist Louis Smith. Though still young by jazz standards, Dobbins has amassed an impressive list of playing companions, having performed/toured/recorded with Johnny Basset, Benny Golson, Dr. Lonnie Smith, Frank Morgan, Joey DeFrancesco, George Cables, James “Blood” Ulmer and Marcus Belgrave, among many others.


7 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


A dope band is an understatement. These individuals have dedicated themselves to finding a resurgence of hip hop through live music. Through groovy basslines, spine chilling melodies and lyrics that stump scholars, Kulture is truly a breath of fresh air. While opening for acts like 2 Chainz, Curren$y, Lil Yachty and more, this soundwave has traveled to several states to spread their eclectic vibes over funky, neo-soul, feel-good records.


8:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
Wolverine Outdoor Stage
Behind University of Michigan – Detroit Center
3663 Woodward Ave., Detroit


Louis Armstrong said, “All music is folk music.” Veteran writer and performer Jere Stormer curates a sampler of voices from southeastern Michigan who will demonstrate where folk comes from.

3 p.m. Jere Stormer & Ken Marten introduction
3:15 p.m. David Nefesh
3:45 p.m. Al’Exist
4:15 p.m. Luti Erbeznik
4:45 p.m. Matt Dmits
5:15 p.m. Carmel Liburdi
5:45 p.m. John Freeman
6:15 p.m. Annie & Rod Capps
6:45 p.m. Waynewood Boys


3-7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
In the Kresge Court
Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit


This revelatory documentary brings to light the overlooked influence of Indigenous people on popular music in North America. Focusing on icons like Link Wray (whose 1958 single, Rumble, provided Pulp Fiction’s power chords), Jimi Hendrix, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Taboo, Charley Patton, Mildred Bailey, Jesse Ed Davis, Robbie Robertson and Randy Castillo, Rumble shows how these pioneering Native American musicians helped shape the soundtrack of the world.


4:30 p.m. Sunday, July 15, 2018
In the Detroit Film Theater Auditorium
Detroit Institute of Arts
5200 Woodward Ave., Detroit





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