Check back often as our Baltimore African American Events calendar is constantly updated with events occurring in and around the Baltimore area. These events include Comedy Shows, Church events, Community Events, Parties, Fashion Shows, Fundraisers, Out-of-Town Trips and Getaways, Poetry & Spoken Word, Seminars & Workshops, Black Events and more!!!

Add Your Event: to have your African American Event / Black Event / General Interest Event added to our calendar, email event information & image to (info) @ baltimoreblack.com

Jul
21
Fri
AfropolitanBMORE (July Edition) – Summer Dance Fever (Largest Afrocaribbea… @ Oxygen Ultra Lounge
Jul 21 @ 6:00 pm – 11:00 pm

 

Join us on Friday July 21st for another amazing night of connections and culture over cocktails at DMV’s largest and most diverse Afro-Caribbean mixer for over 600 Diaspora professionals.

As part of our agenda to promote and celebrate cultural diversity, Diaspora unity and heritage, we will be celebrating all African and Caribbean countries with Independence. As always, this event will also feature a rich tapestry of African and Caribbean art expressions including artist performances, fashion, food, dance, art exhibition, spoken word etc. We will be spicing up the experience with some delcious Afro-Caribbean bites catered by one of DMV’s top restaurants.

Happy hour until 7pm includes our signature cocktail “The Afropolitan” and many other drink specials. bottle service is available all night.


Videos: Click here to checkout the video for a taste of the Afropolitan experience. Visit www.AfropolitanCities.com for more videos and photos of previous events


Admission:

You must RSVP by EOD on Thursday July 19th for complimentary admission

Free before 7pm with RSVP | $10 After 7pm | $20 After 8pm

Note: RSVP does not guarantee free admission. you must be checked in by 7pm for free admission. There is usually a line at the door so plan to be there latest by 6:30pm in order to be checked in by 7pm.


Dress Code: Professional, Ankara Wear (No T-Shirts, Hats, Tennis Shoes, etc)


Follow us on social media for updates on photos, videos, upcoming events and more info about the Afropolitan movement – Facebook & Instagram: @AfropolitanBmore


Sponsors & Vendors – Please complete and submit our application via our website at www.AfropolitanCities.com

2017 JAZZ Summer Series featuring MARC AVON EVANS @ Bill Bateman's Bistro
Jul 21 @ 7:00 pm
2017 JAZZ Summer Series featuring MARC AVON EVANS @ Bill Bateman's Bistro | Havre de Grace | Maryland | United States

ABOUT MARC AVON EVANS — Singer. Songwriter.


A native Baltimorean was born into music. Yet amazingly, this son of a vocalist and Jazz saxophonist didn’t discover his own music until his late teens. Finally, as a student at Morgan State University, under the tutelage of Dr. Nathan Carter, Evans began nurturing a love for music. Out of that nurturing arises one of the most sultry, smoky baritones ever. That smooth voice meshed with passionate delivery sets Evans apart from the rest as one of the most talented vocalists of the millennium.

After performing on the MD/DC/VA open-mic, jam sessions, and live band hotspots as a solo artist and with his band, Soul Centered, Evans decided there was something missing in his music. Having been inspired by lyrical greats Jimi Hendrix, Marvin Gaye, Sting, and Sade, Evans decided to focus as much on his lyrical development as his musical craftsmanship. Evans began to write poetry and perform on the open-mic circuit. Evans’ unparalleled blend of deep verses accentuated with smoke-n-soul riffs and hooks flavor his poetic delivery with that “special something” that has made him a favorite on the performance poetry circuit.

Whether it’s his independent releases, Marc pursues both his writing and his music with purpose. Balancing his talents in ALL areas, Evans lyrical presentation in song and spoken word is miles beyond one-dimensional artists. To witness any of his performances is truly an experience one won’t soon forget!

Jul
31
Mon
Summer Film Camp @ Impact Hub Baltimore
Jul 31 @ 8:57 pm – Aug 11 @ 9:57 pm

Have You Made Plans For #SummerCamp??

Two Weeks… (July 31 – August 11, 2017)
Two Age Groups (8-12) (13-16)
One Unforgettable Experience!!!

  • Acting Lessons
  • Photography Lessons
  • Guest Speakers
  • Media Field Trips
  • And More..

During this two week summer day camp, our young media makers get hands on with the camera gear to produce a short documentary film project on a topic of their choosing! Our summer film camp experrience is a life changing experience – one that your child will remember for the rest of their lives! At Root Branch we’ve created a pipeline… Our kids are on a path from Film Camp… to Film College… to Film Careers! For more information visit our website http://rootbranchfilmacademy.com/ or contact our office 410 637-3530!

Aug
3
Thu
Blacktechpreneur: The Intersection of Business & Technology @ Morgan State University Earl G. Graves School of Business & Management, Rm. 104, Room 104
Aug 3 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Blacktechpreneur: The Intersection of Business & Technology @ Morgan State University Earl G. Graves School of Business & Management, Rm. 104, Room 104 | Baltimore | Maryland | United States

BLACKTECHPRENEUR
WHAT: BLACKTECHPRENEUR
WHEN: Thurs., Aug. 3, 2017 (10a-2p)
WHERE: EDAC at Morgan State University

Earl G. Graves School of Business & Management, Room 104
4100 Hillen Road
Baltimore, MD 21218

With August 9th, 2017 marking the 15th Anniversary of DMGlobal Marketing & Public Relations, LLC, the creator of www.bmorenews.com – we knew we needed to come up with something special. Truth be told, at a recent “listening party” in Baltimore for Jay Z’s new album, 4:44, we learned about Afrotech. It is a movement on the West Coast with an emphasis on 21st century technology. Home to Silicon Valley, that is where some of the hottest ideas in new technology emerge.

However, Bmorenews is based on the East Coast. Hence, we believe it is incumbent upon us to look at our own strengths and assets in our corner of the world and build on them. With that in mind, Bmorenews has partnered with the Entrepreneurial Development and Assistance Center (EDAC) at Morgan State University in the Earl G. Graves School of Business & Management to produce “BLACKTECHPRENEUR.” The focus of BLACKTECHPRENEUR is the intersection of business and technology.

Our goal for this event scheduled for Thursday, August 3, 2017 from 10 am to 2 pm is to bring together some of the intelligent minds in the region when it comes to making money online. From media publishers to online business owners, our aim is to put some of the best and brightest people who are technologically inclined in the same room at the same time.

In short, if you are a business owner who makes a significant portion of income because of the World Wide Web, then BLACKTECHPRENEUR is for you. If you are an aspiring entrepreneur who, again, is looking to make money – some way, somehow – by way of the Internet, then this conference is for you. If computers, laptops, Smart Phones and Social Media are essential to your business’ survival, we implore you to attend this one-of-a-kind gathering specifically designed for the entrepreneur.

Further, BLACKTECHPRENEUR will also feature the Joe Manns Black Wall Street Awards, part of Bmorenews’ ORIGINAL Black Wall Street SERIES *NYC *MD *DC *ATL *NOLA.

Confirmed special guests scheduled to appear include:
Jenjer Johnson, Buildyourdreambusinessonline.com (MD)
Odessa Hopkins, Black Income Shifters (NY)
Marsha Jews, Keep It Moving, WEAA 88.9 FM (MD)
Leonard Young, DelawareBlack.com and Blackproweb.com (DE) 
William Hopson, Icetech.net (MD) 
Robert Ingram, Black Enterprise Magazine (NY, MD) 
Terrence Briggs, The Good Tree Patron’s Club (MD)
Quintin Lathan, Shopbeautyplus.com (MD)
William Honablew, The Raymond V. Haysbert, Sr. Center for Entrepreneurship at the Greater Baltimore Urban League(MD) & Omar Muhammad, EDAC, Morgan State University (MD).

Aug
6
Sun
SILK ALL BLACK OUT BIRTHDAY SHOW @ THE BLEU ROOM
Aug 6 @ 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm

THE BLACK DYNASTY FAMILY PRESENTS SILK ALL BLACK OUT BIRTHDAY SHOW. Lets show Silk some love and come help celebrate his big 50th! Ladies get ready, get ready, get ready. WEAR ALL BLACK!!! This is a tipping show and birthday gifts are welcomed.

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