We may not always have a formal meet up planned, but here is where you can get information about recommended cultural happenings, here in Philly and in other funky places.
Maxwell goes symphonic - DC & ATL
For three nights, Maxwell, his longtime band and the National Symphony Orchestra will take over DC's famed John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, where they will perform reimagined versions of his music. Following the conclusion of the limited show, he will then dip over to Atlanta where he will be joined by the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra for a one-night show at the city's Cadence Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park.
DC performances will run September 18-20. Get your tickets through the button below. ATLians, tickets for your September 27 show are available to the public through Ticketmaster, at the Woodruff Arts Center box office or directly via ASO's website.
VIBEMISTRESS BIRTHDAY SOIREE - Philly
When funky, soulful folks come to town on the actual date of Your VibeMistress Stephanie Renée’s birthday, you know we’ve got to make it an official Congregation get-together.
MOONCHILD heads to Philly on Thursday, October 17 to do a groovy set at World Café Live. Tickets range from $23.50 advance to a special $75 VIP package (that Stef will graciously accept as a present). Join us for music, libations and good cheer to help our VibeMistress ring in another year! Click the button to get your ticket and party up with the Soul Sanctuary crew in person.
Dayme Arocena in concert - PHILLY
With her captivating charisma and radiant spirit, Daymé Arocena effortlessly blends traditional Santerian chant, jazz stylings, contemporary R&B influences, and Afro-Cuban rhythmic complexity for audiences worldwide. Her passion for the musical traditions of her homeland is boundless – ‘reigniting the Cuban soundtrack wherever she plays’ (NPR). At every performance, Daymé coaxes her audiences into lively call-and-response chants with an irrepressible smile on her face, enamoring the whole audience in her charm. ‘Scat-singing over her trio’s swaying rhumbas and cha-cha-chas,’ (DownBeat), Daymé’s impact upon the history of Cuban music is undeniable.
Wednesday November 13 at World Café Live Philly, with ticket prices ranging from $25-37. Click the link below to secure your space.