A museum favorite, Carolyn Malachi has a unique approach to music that combines jazz, hip-hop, spoken word and lots of imagination. Dubbed “sweet songstress” by BET, this independent Grammy-nominated artist is a hometown treasure.
Performance starts at 6 p.m. Special Admission: $5
Event begins at 5:00PM
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