An Evening with Fire in Little Africa
7-9 p.m. Saturday, April 24 | North Lawn + livestream
Free tickets sold out | waitlist below
Reserve VIP terrace tickets: $50
Join us for an evening of music and memory featuring hip-hop project Fire in Little Africa and Greenwood Art Project’s mobile exhibition, the G.A.P. Van. Organized by the Woody Guthrie Center and Bob Dylan Center in collaboration with the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre Centennial Commission, Fire in Little Africa brings together Oklahoma's top rappers, singers, musicians and visual artists in an album and documentary to commemorate the centennial of the 1921 Massacre and introduce Tulsa’s hip-hop culture to a global audience. More than 30 artists will perform at the Oklahoma Contemporary event. (See the full list here.)
The G.A.P. Van is a multi-use, collaborative, mobile art exhibition, workshop space and poster project engaging Oklahoma residents to create posters that share their stories and reflect their voices in collaboration with PBS American Portrait. Come participate in this powerful, healing approach to commemorating the Tulsa Massacre and the history of the Greenwood neighborhood. The Greenwood Art Project is part of the Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge.
This program will contain mature content.
Free lawn seating is "sold out": Please put your name on the waitlist below. People on the waitlist will get first priority to be put in no-show seats on the night of the show. You must be on site at 6:45 p.m. to be considered.
Images: Ray June, M.C., Chris Combs at a fall Fire in Little Africa performance. Photo: Ryan Cass.