Overtown Music & Arts Festival Energized Miami's Historic Black Neighborhood

Overtown Music & Arts Festival Energized Miami's Historic Black Neighborhood

Headliner Market Group, City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon, and the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency brought music and arts to the historic Overtown neighborhood on Saturday, July 14. The annual festival brought top contemporary performers such as Estelle, Ginuwine, and Job B. to the streets of Miami's Overtown Business & Entertainment district. The neighborhood enjoyed local food, art vendors, crafts, a youth zone, and more. Photography by FujifilmGirl.


Headliner Market Group, City of Miami Commissioner Keon Hardemon, and the Southeast Overtown/Park West Community Redevelopment Agency brought music and arts to the historic Overtown neighborhood on Saturday, July 14. The annual festival brought top contemporary performers such as Estelle, Ginuwine, and Job B. to the streets of Miami's Overtown Business & Entertainment district. The neighborhood enjoyed local food, art vendors, crafts, a youth zone, and more. Photography by FujifilmGirl.
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