AFRAM is Back, Baltimore's week-long hybrid festival

The schedule for this year’s hybrid AFRAM Festival has been released.


Beginning August 15, you can catch the festival in pop-up locations or online for a week of food, fun and celebration.


The lineup includes an art show, a movie night, a bike party, a family skate night, and virtual concerts from rappers Busta Rhymes and Wale and R&B singer Chaka Khan (check out festival talent here).



AFRAM, now in its 44th year, was canceled in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


Mayor Scott has said that starting in 2022, the festival would be scheduled around Juneteenth, the holiday marking the emancipation of African-American slaves.


As for this year, the festival will run August 15-22.


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