04.20.19 Washington, DC:
Make Me Wanna Holler: Exploring
Legacy presented the Charles Sumner School Museum and Archives.
1201 17th St. NW DC. 10a-3p. Free!
This event is produced in conjunction with the Charles Sumner
Museum and Archives’ National Poetry Month Open House, Chocolate
City Rocks, the Anacostia Community Museum’s Right to the
City exhibition, the National Postal Museum’s celebration
of the US Postal Service’s new Marvin Gaye stamp, and DC:
The Social Power of Music presented by the Smithsonian Folklife
This free, fun event, presented at two historic DC buildings,
features the social power of local music and poetry. On April
2, 2019, the US Postal Service released its new stamp honoring
Marvin Gaye, DC native son and international music legend.
In celebration, join us for a day of activities, discussion, and
performances that explore DC’s rich music history—its
legacies and contemporary resonances.
CHOCOLATE CITY ROCKs produced Panel Discussion is from 12:30p
- 2p. Panel includes: Ras Lidj (Go-Go), Dimensions (The Package/A.R.K./Infinite
Loop), Elise Bryant (DC Labor Heritage Foundation), and Katy Otto
(DC Punk/Trophy Wife). Visit
the FB Event Page for more information and day programming schedule.
05.19.19 Washington, DC:
Chocolate City Rocks presents: The R.Y.E.
Bred Project Listening Party. Chicken + Whiskey. 1738 14th
St NW. 2p-4p. More Details TBA.
City Rocks" is a DC based grassroots programming initiative
started in 2010 by Vance “Head-Roc”
Levy, to promote a greater public awareness and patronage
of Washington DC area conscious and cultural artists.
City Rocks" Contact and Booking Information------------------------
General & Booking Info: info(at) head-roc.com