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7th Annual DC Funk Parade

An event produced by The Musicianship in partnership with other local organizations and business, The 7th Annual DC Funk Parade marches on! The Black Broadway-themed celebration will be delivered via virtual and in-person programs featuring art, entertainment, and cultural reflection on the state of the District of Columbia, via Funk University (Funk U).

Saturday, May 1, 2021 through Saturday May 8, 2021

Various Virtual and In-Person events on multiple days. Please visit funkparade.com for details

Tickets each day are $10 each, and are available on Eventbrite.

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