CapitalBop's Jazz Loft MegaFest @ the DCJF
Saturday, June 9, 2012 at 3:00 PM (EDT)
A Day of Music, Film, Food & Festivities
Marc Cary's Cosmic Indigenous feat. Awa Sangho,
Lenny Robinson's Mad Curious & more
CapitalBop's D.C. Jazz Loft Series at the DC Jazz Festival culminates in the Jazz Loft MegaFest, where the loft space at 629 New York Ave. NW will be turned into a pop-up shop, art gallery, improvised music venue, movie theater, eatery and more! Four bands will perform, including the danceable, futurist sounds of Marc Cary's Cosmic Indigenous feat. Awa Sangho. Food and drink will be provided by the Taste of DC. The DC Jazz Loft Series is sponsored by Hipnotic Records, and sponsored in part by GNT LLC.
$12 for all-day pass in advance, $15 at the door, $10 for midnight set only
All day Pop-up shop and floating art gallery, curated by SHAM
All day Food & drink provided by the Taste of DC
3:00-7:00 Beer & Bop Happy Hour: Pay $25 at the door and get an all-access pass to the MegaFest, plus all the craft beer you can drink before 7
3:30-6:00 :: MUSIC :: Jazz Academy Youth Combo, directed by Paul Carr
4:00 Screening of Icons Among Us (side stage)
5:30 Shaolin Jazz: An Interactive Panel on Jazz and Hip-Hop, feat. Kokayi, Dr. Will Smith, Keanna Faircloth, DJ 2-Tone Jones & more (side stage)
7:00 :: MUSIC :: Elijah Jamal Balbed + Tarus Mateen + Kush Abadey
8:30 :: MUSIC :: Lenny Robinson’s Mad Curious
10:00 :: MUSIC :: Marc Cary's Cosmic Indigenous - 1st set
Midnight :: MUSIC :: Marc Cary's Cosmic Indigenous - 2nd set (discounted)
Photo of Igmar Thomas on flyer by Deneka Peniston/Revive Music.
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CapitalBop.com is a website dedicated to promoting Washington, D.C.’s vibrant, varied and surprisingly under-appreciated jazz scene. This site is designed to help everyone from novices to hardcore bopheads find live music that will fit their preferences on any given night. CapitalBop offers all of these features that you won’t find anywhere else:
In addition, CapitalBop produces live performances to showcase and stimulate the forward-focused creative thought that is occurring on the local jazz scene. At monthly D.C. Jazz Lofts, a variety of musicians present their music, which ranges across idioms — from acoustic to electric, bebop to free jazz. CapitalBop does not make any profit from these performances, and all proceeds go to the musicians.