TONIGHT! Montreal Black History Month 2022 Closing Soirée, 7 PM @ Club Soda

Montreal Black History Month 2022 Closing Soirée | Feat. Shah Frank, Naya Ali, and more! Friday, 25 Feb, 7PM @ Club Soda

More Exciting Events Still to Come Throughout
February and into March

Black History Month (BHM) X Kartel Musik present the closing concert of BHM 2022 tonight from 7 PM at Club Soda. During a month where the majority of events have been taking place online, artists Tizzo, Shah Frank (Black History Month 2022 spokesperson), Naya Ali, Raccoon, Icey Da Zoe, and J-Ron, are ready to turn up the heat for an unforgettable, in-person evening!


Doors open at 7 PM, show 8 PM. Tickets and info at:

www.facebook.com/events/323106919769964
www.thepointofsale.com/tickets/mhn2022

STILL TO COME AT BLACK HISTORY MONTH 2022
Massimadi
For its 14th edition, Massimadi highlights Afro LGBTQ+ culture, members of Black communities and the issues that affect them, through a program of nearly 30 films (from 12 different countries), panel discussions and other surprises—available for free online across Canada.
February 11 to March 11

Phi Centre – Visions Hip-Hop QC
Exhibition by Marven Clerveau presents a new series of works that take you on a visual and sonic journey to discover the artists and figures who made their mark on Quebec’s unique hip-hop scene and culture.
February 11 to March 26

Fade to Black – Gessica Généus
A revealing discussion about the professional career of Gessica Généus and her international hit film, Freda.
February 27

Fondation Dynastie – Prix Médias Dynastie & Gala Dynastie
Two major events to reward professionals from media and the arts from Black communities.
February 27 & March 5

Cabaret de la diversité – Célébrons 31 ans du Mois de l’histoire des Noirs Discussion and virtual dialogue with representatives from all the organizations holding editions of Black History Month across Quebec.
February 28

City of Montreal
60 to 90-minute workshop aimed at promoting jobs offered by the City of Montreal in a fun way and to introduce trades and careers while highlighting the contributions to society of Afro-descendant communities.
March 1

Black History Month takes place all across Quebec from February 1 to 28, 2022. To discover the activities scheduled in Montreal, visit www.moishistoirdesnoirs.com

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