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Get Out: Esperanza Spalding, Randy Weston and the Fulton Art Fair

It's Father's Day Weekend: Celebrate dad by taking him out for a little fun, because there's plenty to be had this weekend!

WHAT: Geri Allen & Carrie Mae Weems: Slow Fade To Black Performance

WHEN/WHERE: Friday, June 15, 7:00 p.m., Prospect Park band shell

WHY GO: The great pianist GERI ALLEN and the world-renowned photographer and video artist CARRIE MAE WEEMS team up for this special world premiere commission. SLOW FADE TO BLACK combines Weems’ arresting projections with an astonishing night of music featuring Allen’s new trio with fellow jazz giants ESPERANZA SPALDING and TERRI LYNE CARRINGTON, her regular group Timeline, LIZZ WRIGHT, PATRICE RUSHEN, the Howard University vocal group AFRO BLUE, the tap dancer MAURICE CHESTNUT, and many surprises.



WHAT: Summerstage Theatre Performance Featuring Paige in Full

WHEN/WHERE: Friday, June 15, 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m., Von King Park

WHY GO: Paige Hernandez’s debut theater work, Paige in Full features Hernandez alongside of DJ Reborn, in a unique coming of age story that speaks to a dynamic, hip-hop-influenced generation. A blending of poetry, dance, media and music that tells the tale of a multicultural girl’s journey of self-discovery, where hip-hop music takes center stage. “Such pointed moments will prompt theatergoers to ruminate a little about identity politics and the molding of the self in a multicultural world” says The Washington Post. The production explores how identity is shaped by ethnicity and popular culture, telling a personal yet universal story through the lens of hip-hop music. www.paigeinfull.com/geniuses



WHAT: "I Love Vinyl" on > the > B-Side

WHEN/WHERE: Saturday, June 16, 11:00 p.m., Littlefield,  622 Degraw St. Bklyn, NY

WHY GO: If you want to hear your favorite classics but the way they were meant to be heard on good old fashion 1200s then this is your party. Six top notch djs playing the best grooves on the planet all night long.

HOW MUCH: $10, or $5 before 11:00 p.m. with RSVP


WHAT: The 54th Annual Fulton Art Fair

WHEN/WHERE: The last three weekends in June, beginning this Saturday, June 16 – June 12, 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m., Fulton Park, Fulton Street between Utica and Lewis Avenues, Bklyn, NY

WHY GO: Local visual artists of the African Diaspora will display paintings, sculptures, photography, collages, mixed media and stained glass. There will be music, dance drama and performance poetry



WHAT: A Father’s Day Concert with Randy Weston
presented by MoCADA

WHEN/WHERE: Sunday, June 17, 3:00pm - 6:00pm, Basketball Court at Walt Whitman Houses @ Park and Carlton

WHY GO: Join Bed-Stuy’s own jazz legend Randy Weston and the African Rhythms Trio for a special Father’s Day concert and celebration, also featuring House of Waters.
After party at Vodou Bar on Halsey and Nostrand, in Bed-stuy.


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