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The 29th Annual Concert of Colors Returns, August 2 - August 9

DETROIT, MI, July 8, 2021: The 29th Annual Concert of Colors and partner institutions together announce the return of Detroit’s most beloved free, global music festival that will be a blend of live, broadcast and streamed events for eight exciting days Monday, August 2-Monday, August 9.

 

The list of greats worldwide includes Roy Ayers, Melvin Davis, Souad Massi, Organic Orchestra & Brooklyn Raga Massive, and acts from Haiti, Japan, Uganda, and other countries. In addition, the Don Was All-Star Detroit Revue returns for a spectacular tribute to George Clinton.

Detroit Public TV-WTVS and WDET 101.9 FM will broadcast and stream headlining artists who are recording at The Detroit Film Theatre at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) and on stages from their home countries. In addition, live music returns to Concert of Colors at Detroit’s Cultural Center institutions, including the Detroit Historical Museum, DSO’s Outdoor Sosnick Courtyard, Michigan Science Center, Scarab Club, and the Hellenic Museum of Detroit. Other events will also be streamed on YouTube, Facebook and www.concertofcolors.com. In classic Concert of Colors fashion, all events are free.

 

 

 
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