If you've been meaning to get to DanceAfrica at BAM, today is your last chance.
DanceAfrica was as the nation’s first festival devoted to African dance. Now one of the largest of its kind, the festival brings together dancers from across the world to celebrate the culture of Africa and its diaspora.
Today at 3 p.m. there is the last of the with the Adanfo Ensemble, Hamalali Wayunagu Garifuna, Asase Yaa and the BAM/Restoration DanceAfrica Ensemble.
The performance takes place at BAM Howard Gilman Opera House. Tickets start at $20 and are half price for children 16 and under.
In addition, from noon to 8 p.m. there is the at Ashland Hanson places. Outside BAM, over 300 vendors from around the world have transformed the neighborhood with African, Caribbean, and African-American food, crafts, and clothing.
There is also face painting and crafts at the Children's Village and guest artists will be roaming through the marketplace throughout the day.