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***ANNOUNCMENT*** Due to the Weather this event has been moved to June 15th 2019.
Celebrating “A TASTE OF CULTURE” in this historic neighborhood- the PENSACOLA COMMUNITY SOUL
FEST series continues to encourage residents, visitors, and tourists to“VACATION CULTURALLY" while
visiting the Pensacola region. This event has become another culturally creative place for residents to enjoy
having a great time, enjoy some great food, and listening to some great music. The Old Smith’s Bakery is
the new place to be- the Truth For Youth home and cultural hub, at the corners of Belmont and DeVilliers.
Join us for: “An evening of sangin’, dancin’, and eatin’- THE SOULFUL WAY!” - held, Saturday, June 8th,
2019 at the Belmont Cultural Center, 401 North Reus Street, Pensacola, FL 32501 at 10:00am, gates open
at 11:00. Fee: $10.00, advance tickets, $12.00 at the gate. Entertainment provided by: Ernest Stanberry,
Mrs. Vivian Lamont, Knee Deep Band, Soul Station Band, Anthony Williams “ Backup singer for Patti
LaBelle”, The Cat Daddy Band, Nick Blackwell and Friends, “The Neighborhood Short Talk” by Dr. Marion
Willams, and Mobile, Alabama’s finest Jazz, Blues, and Soul band, “ The Da Band”.
Movie on the Lawn
On March 23rd Truth for Youth will be showing "The Black Panther" movie in the parking lot of the Belmont Cultural Center. Location is at 401 N. Reus St. across from 5 Sisters Restaurant. We will have free hotdogs, popcorn, and drinks while supplies last. Please bring your own chairs and blankets. See you there! #WakandaForever
Back on the Blocks 2018
Now in its 5th year of celebrating the “CULTURAL FLAVOR” of Historic Belmont-DeVilliers- “Home of the Blues”, “Home of the Black Business District”, and “Home of the Chitlin” Circuit”, the BACK ON THE BLOCKS FESTIVAL series continues to encourage tourists to "VACATION CULTURALLY" while visiting the Pensacola region. This event is one of the cultural preservation activities which supports the history, heritage, and culture of the Creole musicians who created the African-American art and entertainment district in Belmont-DeVilliers- historically known for the emergence of the “Chitlin’ Circuit”. This festival will be held on Nov 9th and 10th. For details please click here.
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