African American Heritage Festival


When: 1 p.m.-10 p.m. tomorrow, 10 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Sunday

Where: Oriole Park at Camden Yards, 33 W. Camden St.

Admission: Free, but donations are accepted

Information: 410-318-8286 or

Tomorrow marks the kickoff of the fourth annual African American Heritage Festival. Musical acts -- including headliners India.Arie, Doug E. Fresh, Mint Condition and Faith Evans -- abound throughout the festival, but there are many other attractions, including a health fair, children's corner and a History, Education and Art tent. There also will be tons of food options.

The musical lineup is as follows, but the schedule is subject to change:

Main Stage


6 p.m.: Sankofa

6:30 p.m.: Angela Johnson

7:45 p.m.: Fertile Ground

8:45 p.m.: India.Arie


noon: Black Notes

1 p.m.: Jeneba

2 p.m.: Stryker's Posse

3:15 p.m.: Groove Stu

4:30 p.m.: David Bach

5:45 p.m.: Paula Campbell

6:30 p.m.: Eric Robeson

7:45 p.m.: Doug E. Fresh


11:15 a.m.: REAL

noon: Jameelia Drinks & Women of Worship featuring Jeff Bradshaw

1 p.m.: Joe Cooper Project

2 p.m.: Big Jesse

3 p.m.: F.R.E.N.S. with Rudy Faulkner

4:30 p.m.: Mint Condition

6 p.m.: Faith Evans



4:30 p.m.: Speak and Spin

5 p.m.: Salim

5:45 p.m.: Bossman

6:45 p.m.: Slick Rick


3 p.m.: Yamma'Nym

4 p.m.: Anthony David

4:45 p.m.: Wayna

5:35 p.m.: JSOUL

6:30 p.m.: Julie Dexter

8 p.m.: Ledisi


1 p.m.: Eubie Blake Big Band

3 p.m.: Lafayette Gilchrist and the New Volcanoes

4 p.m.: Danny Dred

5 p.m.: Chuck Brown

MTA is offering a free shuttle between the Heritage Festival and the new Lewis Museum Saturday. It will run every 15 minutes from noon to 6 p.m. Catch the shuttle at the corner of Camden and Eutaw streets or at the corner of Pratt and President streets.

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