Honey Jam Then & Now, Friday Feb 3rd @ Harbourfront as part of KUUMBA!‏‏‏

January 3, 2012

This is the first of two appearances I’ll be doing at Harbourfront next month – can’t wait!! Honey Jam‘s original host (and one of my personal hip hop SHE-roes), Michie Mee will be hosting this special event for Black History Month,  with yours truly holding it down on the 1s and 2s. This is part of Harbourfront’s amazing annual KUUMBA festivities. If you’re in Toronto, mark your calendars for Friday February 3rd!!

HONEY JAM THEN & NOW REUNION CONCERT
FRIDAY, FEB 3 – BRIGANTINE ROOM, HARBOURFRONT CENTRE

Honey Jam: Then & Now is a reunion concert and photo exhibit showcasing iconic images from the past 16 years of Honey Jam, the longest-running talent showcase in Canada. Honey Jam is a multicultural developmental initiative providing networking, educational and performance opportunities for female artists in all musical genres.

Hosted by Michie Mee, Honey Jam: Then & Now will feature Honey Jam alumni paying tribute through song to inspiring iconic black female artists, paying homage to black music and its influence across all cultures around the world. An accompanying slide show will feature photos, press clippings, flyers, ticket stubs and other memorabilia as well as some video highlights from 1995 to present. Featured artists include Jemeni, Belinda Brady, Kellylee Evans, Kim Davis, True, Motion, Eternia, Natasha Waterman, Saidah Baba Talibah, Courtney Taylorand more!   Music by DJ MelBoogie.

Check out photos and bios of the lineup on our  FaceBook Page.

It’s going to be a great night of live performances in a variety of genres and sweet memories of iconic songs and Honey Jam experiences.  Please join us for this memorable evening.

Tickets are only $10 and available in advance from Harbourfront Centre or at the door.  Half of proceeds will be donated to YWCA Toronto’s programs for women and girls.

Sponsored by TD, this event is part of the KUUMBA event series.  This year’s festival also highlights the incredible role women have played in shaping the history of black culture and pushing it to new frontiers.

For more info contact honeyjaminfo@gmail.com

www.honeyjam.com
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