So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salon Series presents
Music Salon with OMB
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 - 7PM
Come dance and party with the band OMB for the first Salon of the season! OMB features David Lofton, a regular at the Sugar Shack, whose musical projects include John & Bone and Beautiful Cuba. Lofton returns to the BACCE stage with musical partner blue buddha whose eclectic vocals lead this popular fusion band. Funky, psychedelic, bluesy and melodic, OMB will wow you with their unique style and sound.
$10 - $25 sliding scale
No one turned away for lack of funds (subject to availability)
Thu, Mar 21, 7pm – Music salon with East Bay vocalist, poet, and musician AhSa-Ti Nu
Thu, April 18, 7pm – Black Benatar’s Black Magic Cabaret
w/Guest Host Beatrice Thomas
Thu, May 23, 7pm – BACCE presents a staged reading of El Rio
Thu, Jun 20, 7pm – Black on Black: High Crimes & Misdemeanors
BACCE presents New Work & Manifesto
Black Artists Contemporary Cultural Experience commemorates, celebrates and cultivates the phenomenal Black Art scene in San Francisco as we take over Brava’s Cabaret with the So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salon Series. In the tradition of our forerunner – the legendary Sugar Shack Performance Gallery – BACCE unleashes Black Art in a series of storefront performances, food, fun and fashion on third Thursdays in 2019. We will hold space for new performances and conversations in the casual setting of art salon. With fabulous guest hosts and loads of fun and surprises, we are inviting the community to enjoy and share the tremendous artistic output of some of the Bay Area’s established and upcoming artists.
So Soul San Francisco: Black Art Salons is funded in part by the California Arts Council, Grants for the Arts, and the TBA CA$H Grant.