Jan 17 @ 10:00 pm – Jan 18 @ 4:00 am Amazura Nightclub
Afro Caribbean Winter Festival: The biggest NYC Afro Caribbean Festival. Come out and rep your flag & school for Blacc Fire Festival – |Afro Beats | Reggae | Soca & Hip Hop | Spanish sound Music by: DJ Cosmo | DJ Benjay | Dj Kodak | Dj Morefyah | Dj Cheem | Admission: $20 at the
Jan 25 @ 3:00 pm Flushing Town Hall
SAT | JAN 25 | WORLD MUSIC & DANCE INTERACTIVE DANCE WORKSHOP AT 3 PM Move to the incredibly danceable music of Grupo Rebolu! Learn the traditional steps of cumbia, puya, mapale, and bullerengue in this pre-show workshop and then hit the floor at the show. FREE with tickets to 4 PM concert. Come early
Jan 26 @ 2:00 pm Flushing Town Hall
Co-presented with World Music Institute, Zhou Family Band plays traditional wind and percussion music which accompany birth and death celebrations of the people of Central-Eastern China for more than 600 years. Coming from Lingbi, Anhui Province, part of the Central Plains area which formed the cradle of Chinese civilization, the Zhou family have been musicians
Jan 26 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm Salsa In Queens
Join Quiet Events as we team up with Salsa in Queens for a silent disco dance class! The first half of the party is devoted to Salsa, including a Salsa dance lesson by the talented instructors from Salsa in Queens. During the second half, it’s time for Hip Hop! We start with a Hip Hop
Feb 7 @ 8:00 pm Flushing Town Hall
Guitar Mash and the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment are bringing the Urban Campfire to Queens. “NYC Urban Campfire: QUEENS” is an immersive participatory concert unlike any other, that blurs the lines between artist and audience. Led by Guitar Mash Artistic Director Mark Stewart (Musical Director with Paul Simon since 1998) and special guest
Mar 14 @ 7:15 pm Flushing Town Hall
We’re mashing up two cultures on one stage with an open dance floor. Starting with dance lessons, each band plays a set, then the two meet and jam. Eletfa with high-energy, traditional Hungarian folk music and dance, mashes up with Kotoko Brass “propulsive, infectious party music,” inspired by the traditional drum rhythms of Ghana. Bring