Entry is free for Rythym by the River “Black Voices” Festival in Fort Lauderdale, which features live performances, activities and food trucks.
Performers and activities include
2:30 p.m. poetry writing
2:40 p.m. Troupe Fall West African Drums
3 p.m. The Smoogies jazz funk & R&B
3:30 p.m. Hip-Hop Dance with Pablo Malco
3:45 p.m. Art Prevails Project
4:30 p.m. Sizwe Collins
4:30 p.m Troupe Fall West African Drums
5:15 p.m. Jean Carlos Casely
bracelet making with artist Djamil Ninsoo
The event is part of Broward Center's “Black Voices” initiative focusing on the role of the arts in equality and social justice.
Esplanade Park is at 400 SW Second Street, Fort Lauderdale 33312.
Parking is usually about $3 an hour.