ON STAGE // SUMMER FREE FOR ALL
Ghana-born musician and activist Dawuni’s upbeat reggae anthems move feet and unite generations and cultures.
“Few artists have a more positive vibe…an incandescent Afro-Roots dance party.” LA Weekly
Ghana-born musician and activist Dawuni’s upbeat reggae anthems move feet and unite generations and cultures. From the FIFA World Cup to SXSW, his humanitarian advocacy is matched only by his electrifying performances.Sponsored by
A FREE, all-ages party of music, dance and movies at the Hop!
From July 5 through August 16, spend an evening at the Hop for contagiously danceable concerts on the Dartmouth Green or family-friendly movies on the big Spaulding Auditorium screen. Now moved to Wednesdays in partnership with the Hanover Farmers’ Market. A Hop Community Venture Initiative program!VIEW ALL FREE FOR ALL EVENTS
Brought to you by Hop Community Venture Initiative (CVI)
Since April 2014, we’ve been creating exciting programs making the arts barrier-free for all ages, including Free For All summer concerts and movies, HopStops in Claremont, the CATV Halloween-o-thon, the Junction Poetry Project, the Dartmouth Youth Wind Ensemble, Radical Jewelry Makeover, a Community Ticket Program and more. To date, CVI has engaged over 14,000 people across the Upper Valley.MORE INFO ON CVI
The Hopkins Center for the Arts presents a series of free, all-ages music performances and family-friendly films this summer for its third year of Free For All. The concerts are by renowned zydeco, Cuban son and guarancha, and reggae bands, and the films are family classics.
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