The Mulberry Music Festival returns this summer to St. Mary’s College of Maryland (SMCM), on Friday, June 16, from 6 to 9 p.m., kicking off the Juneteenth weekend for the fourth year. Headlined by The JoGo Project, the festival also features Oh He Dead, Kevin Howard and The Boneshakers. The College’s own Carly Harvey, SMCM Class of 2007 and “DC’s Queen of the Blues,” returns as mistress of ceremonies and guest vocalist. The event, held on the College’s Townhouse Green, is free of charge and open to the public. “The way we celebrate diversity at St. Mary’s College of Maryland is a model for the broader community and the nation,” said SMCM President Tuajuanda C. Jordan, PhD. “I initiated the Mulberry Music Festival in order to celebrate diversity through music, bringing the community to our riverfront campus through the unifying message that comes from the music.” Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets, as seating is limited. A variety of food and other vendors will be on site, with the Townhouse Green opening at 4 p.m. Complete information can be found on the festival website at www.smcm.edu/mulberry-music-festival. About the Performers Mistress of Ceremonies Named “D.C.’s Queen of the Blues” by […]
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