The 13th Annual Tampa Bay Black Heritage Festival occurs January 17-26, 2013. This year’s exciting festival promotes diversity and cultural sensitivity. The 10-day enriching celebration includes: a Living History Art Exhibit featuring pioneer civil rights leaders Harry and Harriette Moore; an inspiring leadership luncheon; annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day parade; a special film screening focusing on relevant cultural issues; empowerment seminars and much more!
The two day street festival is the centerpiece of the Heritage Festival. It features musical entertainment from smooth sounds of jazz saxophonist Eric Darius and soulful all-female Pop/R&B band Klymaxx. It also includes six interactive “villages”, delicious, ethnic food concessions and craft vendors. The six villages include: an Artist Village, an Author Village, a Children Village, a Greek Village, a Health Village and a Corporate Village. Bring the entire family out for this annual celebration of history and educational awareness.
For more information about TBBHF events visit the website at www.TampaBlackHeritage.org or www.Facebook.com/TBBHF.