Join Chef Gail Jones-Hinson for a joyous evening featuring cuisine inspired by cooks of the reconstruction era.
Guests will enjoy a buffet-style dinner on the tented pavilion of Awbury’s Francis Cope House punctuated by live performances from spoken word artists, poets, and musicians.
Prepare to be serenaded by the soulful melodies of Sabrina Cuie, an exceptional R&B/Soul artist who will grace the stage and showcase songs from her highly anticipated project, “Black Girls in Paris.”
Immerse yourself in the harmonious tunes of Mervin Toussaint, an emerging star in the Philadelphia music scene. As a remarkable saxophonist and composer, he effortlessly captivates audiences with his Neo-Soul and Jazz styles influenced by his Haitian-American roots.
Finally, enter the realm of musical enchantment with Osiris Wildfire, also known as “the man of thousands of songs.” His voice is often called a voice of peace and a social narrator.