A two-day event intended to celebrate Black and African American music and culture is coming back to Fayetteville this winter.
The Arkansas Black Film and Music Expo, organized by local non-profit Music Moves, is set for Feb. 9-10 at the Fayetteville Town Center.
The third-year event will include live music by headliners Lyfe Jennings, Yung Joc, along with Arkansas Gospel Chorale, Akeep Kemp, Branjae Jackson, HBCU Marching Band, Justin Stewart, Kaylynn Richardson, Lakeshia Harper-Bradley, and Michael Fields Jr during the music exp on Feb. 10.
In addition to the music, the festival will include a Film Expo on Feb. 9 organized in partnership with Black-owned film company, DAYVISION. The film expo will include a keynote by Daphne Maxwell Reed (who played Aunt Vivian in The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air), along with film screenings, panel discussions, and more.
Weekend passes to both days of festivities are $50 through Jan. 14, and go up to $75 after that. Tickets to the film expo are also $50. Afternoon passes to the music expo are $10, and tickets to the evening session are $30.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit musicmovesar.com.