Friday, June 10, 2016

Fillmore Slim will accompany Marvin X at San Francisco Juneteenth, 2016


Talent Itinerary for SF Juneteenth 2016

66th Annual SF Juneteenth Festival Itinerary
Saturday, June 18, 2016 * 10am-6pm
Freedom Stage 1
(Fillmore Street, between Turk and Sutter)

Hosted by Tony Sparks and Jay Rich
Stage Coordinator: Farah Dews
10:20AM – 10:55AM – FROM THE SOUL – (Joyful Soul Music)
11:20AM – 11:55PM – GREER ROCKETT (Jazz)
12:15PM – 12:45PM – PROJECT LEVEL – (Rap-Youth Act)
1:15PM – 2:00PM – CISUM (R&B)
2:15PM – 2:50PM – ROB BESS (Soulful R&B)
3:00PM – 3:20PM – NICIA DELOVELY (Spoken Word)
Nicia De'Lovely
3:40PM – 4:30PM – STABE WILSON (Jazz)
4:50PM – 6:00PM – RAYMOND COATS (Blues)
Liberty Stage 2
(Fillmore and O’Farrell St.)

Say It Like That Comedy featuring Marvellus Live and Glamis Rory
Stage Coordinator: Stephanie Fanner
10:00AM – 11:00AM – DJ SUPREME
11:00AM – 11:30AM – SISTERS KEEPER (R&B-Youth Act)
12:25PM – 12:45 PM – MARVIN X  (Spoken Word) accompanied by
Fillmore Slim on acoustic guitar
 Master Poet Marvin X and Fillmore Slim
photo Markel Archie

Master Poet Marvin X
photo Pendarvis Harshaw
1:00PM – 1:40PM – LLOYD GREGORY (Contemporary Jazz)
2:00PM – 2:45PM – DALE ANTHONY (Gospel)
dale anthony
3:05PM – 3:40PM – THE SEASTRUNK BROTHERS (Old Skool Soul)
3:55PM – 4:45PM – RASHAAD CARLTON (Soul-R&B)
5:05PM – 6:00PM – BROWN SUGAR (R&B)
brown sugar
Justice Stage 3
(Fillmore and Eddy St.)

Hosted by Shea Suga
Production Manager: Shelly Tatum
Stage Coordinator: Evan Ward
10:00 – 11:20AM – DJ Music
11:30AM – 11:50AM – FOREIGN FAMILY (R&B)
12:00PM – 1:00PM – Dr. FUNK aka DJ HIGHTOP
1:05PM – 1:25PM – TYSON AMIR (Spoken word-hip hop)
1:30PM -1:55PM – ADRIAN MARCEL, Universal Recording Artist – (R&B)
2:20PM – 3:20PM – PRINCE Tribute with special guests
from the  original band  “Prince & the RevolutionandNew Power Generation
Party Flyer 3-sm
3:35PM – 4:05PM – THE JAMMING NACHOS – (Rock and Roll Youth Act)
4:20PM – 4:55PM – MEN OF ENDURANCE (Gospel)
men of endurance
Uhuru African Village Experience Stage 4
(Fillmore & Turk St.) 1PM-6PM

Prescott Circus Theatre & Circus Bella
Nitty Dupree – Ground Level Performance
Mario B. Productions Fashion Stage (Fillmore Plaza)
featuring performances by:
J Jones
The Stonies
Vic Da Baron
April Foolz
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June 19, Berkeley Juneteenth
 Marvin X 
autographs books 
exhibits archives 
of the Black Arts Movement

Berkeley Juneteenth Festival, Sunday, June 19, 2016

 James Sweeney (left) and Marvin X at last year's festival. Marvin will autograph books and display his archives of the Black Arts Movement at this years event.

photo Harrison Chastan 

June 25, West Oakland Juneteenth

July 3, San Francisco Public Library, reading of Black Hollywood unChained contributors: Cecil Brown, Dr. Halifu Osumare, Douglas Allen Taylor, Ishmael Reed, Justin Desmangles and
Marvin X

 9780883783535: Black Hollywood Unchained - Ishmael Reed (Editor)

July 23, Oakland Black Expo, Frank Ogawa/Oscar Grant Plaza, Marvin X reads and speaks on the Black Arts Movement Business District

September, 9-11 Black Arts Movement South 51st Anniversary Celebration, Dillard University, New Orleans, LA

 Marvin X in previous appearance at University of Houston TX

September, University of Houston, Texas, Africana Studies, Texas Southern University and elsewhere in the Big H. TBA

September, Black Arts Movement Theatre Festival, Flight Deck Theatre, Oakland

The Black Arts Movement Business District 
Flight Deck Theatre
September 2016
The plays 
The day of his play 'The Toilet' debuted at the St. Marks Playhouse ...
The Toilet by Amiri Baraka
Flowers for the Trashman by Marvin X

A scene from Marvin X's BAM classic Flowers for the Trashman, produced by Kim McMillon's theatre students at University of California, Merced. 
 Bathroom Graffiti Queen
by Opal Palmer Adisa
produced by 
Dr. Ayodele Nzinga
The Lower Bottom Playaz

September, Black Book Store, Seattle Wa, hosted by Hakim, TBA

August 1, September 30, Laney College Theatre, Oakland, Marvin X opens for Donald Lacy's Color Struck.

October, 20-23 Black Panther Party 50th Anniversary at Oakland Museum of California. Marvin X speaks/reads.

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