MARCUS GARVEY PARK HOSTS HEALTH WEALTH AND MUSIC TOUR TONIGHT

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Tonight, the international launch of the Health, Wealth & Music Tour will take place at Marcus Garvey Park from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.
Photo: Vozar Rivers\New Heritage Theatre Group

Tonight, the International Launch of the Health, Wealth & Music Tour will take place at Marcus Garvey Park located at 124th and 5th Ave, in Harlem from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm.

The event is a collaboration between Voza Rivers, Don Fryson & NewWorldStation.com in association with Harlem Arts Alliance, New Heritage Theatre Group, Harlem Media Group & JazzMobile SummerFest. New Yorkers are asked to come out and experience refreshing sounds of Hip Hop, R&B, Jazz, Gospel & Afro-Beat music with a spectacular roster of Clean Money Music artists who represent the beauty in our communities.

The evening will feature the music of: Bobby Booshay, Young Devyn, Keith "The Captain" Gamble and The Nu Gypsies, Napoleon Da Legend, Suzann Christine, Division X, Afrikan Kartel, Vendeta, Troubled Mal, 3 the Rapper, Too True Dancers and Host Madd Illz.

Attend Clean Money Music free performances Harlem Week 2019 July 28th - A Great Day in Harlem @ Grants Tomb Aug. 15th, 22nd, 29th - Summer Stage @ Harlem State Office Plaza Aug. 17th - Summer In the City (135th and Saint Nicholas) Aug. 18th - Harlem Day (three stages on 135 St. from 5th Ave. to Saint Nicholas)

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