The Washington Post
Black Girls Rock Fest
The big event during the multiday Black Girls Rock Fest — an annual event at the Kennedy Center highlighting talented women of color — is a show in the Concert Hall headlined by “American Boy” singer Estelle and singer-songwriters Alice Smith and Jade Novah. But the festival takes over spaces throughout the arts center during the four-day fest, including an opening night “Black Girls Bond” party in the Reach’s Studio K with locals Be’la Dona and Mumu Fresh, film screenings in the Justice Forum, and performances by R&B vocalist and harpist Kayla Ortiz and D.C. sister act the Amours on the Millennium Stage.
When: Thursday through March 12.
Where: Kennedy Center, 2700 F St. NW. kennedycenter.org.
Tickets: Free to $159.