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Black Love Experience Partners with the Washington Performing Arts and WHUR to Celebrate Black Excellence

Shahina Khatun



The Black Love Experience, an annual event is geared towards celebrating the music, business as well as Black culture. It will return on 21st March with the Washington Performing Arts being its programming partner and the 96.3 WHUR as the media partner. The event of this year promises to maximize the theme of the Black Love via its engagement with the co-sponsors, event attendees as well as artists. Washington Performing Arts have been an influential arts presenter in the Washington D.C. for more than 50 years, getting some of the most amazing performing artists of the world to the main stages of the area and engaging the entire community through richer community engagement along with educational programs. WHUR 96.3 is like a Howard University that owns a radio station and broadcasts to an audience of around half a million each day. It will develop to the reach of this year’s Black Love Experience to a greater Washington metropolitan area.

With this year being a vital election year, the theme of this event takes the form of a campaign as a salutation for the black excellence and black love. Black Love Experience, celebrating its 7th year, will be held at the THEARC, 1901 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, DC 20020, and also plans to exceed its 2000 attendees from the last year.

Anika Hobbs, the owner of the Nubian Hueman and the Black Love Experience, said that they were beyond excited and thrilled to make a partnership with the Washington Performing Arts along with WHUR. Their partnership aligns directly with their mission to celebrate their community, highlight wellness options, encourage creative and economic support with tailored programming for a vast audience searching for more.

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