FELABRATION @ the Shrine in Harlem NYC
Friday October 17th @ 8pm-12am
Featuring Live Performances by Super Yamba Band and Laolu and the Afromysterics
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Harlem, NYC
Laolu and the Afromysterics Band LIVE @ EAST New York Farmers Market
Saturday October 11th @ 11am-2pm
East New York Farmer's Market, East New York, Brooklyn, NY
Sponsored by ARTs East New York
Laolu and the Afromysterics Band LIVE @SILVANA Harlem
September 5th @ 10pm-12am
Silvana, 300 W 116th St, Harlem, New York City, NY
Laolu and the Afromysterics Band LIVE @ BAR CHORD
Saturday August 30th 9pm
Bar Chord, 1008 Cortelyou Road, Ditmas Park, Brooklyn, NY
Laolu and the Afromysterics Band LIVE @ SPIKE HILL
Friday August 29th 10pm
Spike Hill, 186 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY
Laolu and the Afromysterics Band LIVE ROOSEVELT ISLAND
Thursday August 7th @ 6-7:45pm
Four Freedoms Park, Roosevelt Island, New York City
Laolu and the Afromysterics LIVE @ the SHRINE NYC
Saturday July 26th @ 10pm
The Shrine NYC
2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr, Blvd, Harlem, New York, NY
Afromysterics Presents: DEMOCRAZY: An Artistic Protest Against the Nigerian Government
Thursday June 12th, 1993 is the day that Democracy died in Nigeria. It is now the time for us to speak out in the Diaspora and fight for our African Brothers and Sisters against Poor Governance. We can not sit back, keep quiet and be apathetic any longer. Come be part of this Artistic Protest to stand against the Nigerian Government.
Come enjoy West African LIVE Music, Dance, Spoken Word, a film, and Photography & Art.
Thursday June 12th 8pm til midnight
Silvana in Harlem
300 W 116th St, Harlem, NYC
Art in the Garden
Come support Laolu at the Art in the Garden event in Ditmas Park in Brooklyn where he's a vendor. Here's your chance to see the Artist in action. Comme buy a Tshirt, a mug, or an original Art work.
Date: June 8, 2014
Venue: 690 E 18th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Laolu And The Afromysterics Live at BarChord
Join the Artist and Musician on the 24th as his magnificent band performs at Bar Chord in Ditmas Park, the neighborhood in which he resides. Please come out and support this phenomenal Artist as his band continues to thrill audiences across New York. The music is a delicious blend of genres ranging from Afrobeat to Soul and even venturing into reggae. It is always a fun affair when the Afromysterics are thrown into the mix.
Date: May 24th, 2014
Venue: Bar Chord; 1008 Cortelyou Road Brooklyn, NY
AYANMO: SOUL.SEARCHING.DESTINY Closing Reception.
Laolu invites you to the closing reception for his solo Art exhibition tagged AYANMO: SOUL.SEARCHING.DESTINY. the reception will be held at ARTs East New York and will be a delightful event incorporating music, dance, spoken word and LOTS of Art.
Date: 17th May, 2014
Venue: ARTs East New York, 851 Hegeman Ave, Brooklyn
Laolu and The Afromysterics LIVE! at The Shrine and Silvana, May 2
Hey guys, Remember we have a show on Friday, May 2 at the Shrine from 9-10PM? Well, it gets better. After jamming with us at The Shrine ( 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Harlem), come join us at Silvana (300 W 116th St, Harlem) from 10:30 PM till midnight. Sounds like a great way to kickoff the weekend no?
New events and dates!!!
There is a lot going on in the Afromysterics world! Please find below a list of events and dates coming up. we look forward to connecting with you there!
2nd May - Join us at the Shrine in Harlem, 2271 Adam Clayton Powell Jr Blvd, Harlem. Time: 9-10PM
17th May - Ayanmo Exhibition Closing Reception, ARTs East New York, 851 Hegeman Ave, Brooklyn. Time: 6-8PM
24th May - Come have a few drinks and connect with the band at BarChord, 1008 Cortelyou Rd, BK. Time: 9PM
12th June- Nigeria's DemoCrazy at Silvana, 300 w 116th St. Harlem. Time: 6PM
We are so excited about these events and totally looking forward to meeting with you again. if you are in the area on any of these days, please drop by.
There will be a solo Afromysterics Exhibition tagged Ayanmo: Soul.Searching.Destiny at ARTs East New York (581 Hegeman Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11208) telling stories of African mythology, African politics, African proverbs, African deities, and African gods that weave together with patterns, lines in charcoal, ink, and acrylic.
Opening Reception: 15th March, 2014
Exhibition will run through April.
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