Music, art and business are part of Detroit’s fabric and it is time we have a platform to showcase our talent like other cities do
2018 commences the inaugural Kindred Music Festival curated by Detroit’s very own Leah Hill. Hosted by comedian Delo Brown featuring acts BevLove, Willie Mac Jr, SuperCoolWicked, Tiny Jag, SupaKaine, E. Will, MonaLyse, and headliner Payroll Giovanni it is destined to be lit as hell.
Leah is a cute, fashionable, and kind young woman, who has a soul full of fire. She has been working on this festival for over a year with a ferocious team behind her. Many talk, but not everyone can follow through. Leah proves to all women that if you have a big idea, you can do that shit!
“I launched the Kindred Festival to celebrate black culture and create a platform for. Detroit artists from various genres to come together and showcase their skills,” said Leah Hill, founder of Kindred Media & Entertainment. “Music, art and business are part of Detroit’s fabric and it is time we have a platform to showcase our talent like other cities do. Chicago has Lollapalooza, Philadelphia has Made in America, California has Coachella and Miami has Rolling Loud. Now Detroit has the Kindred Music & Culture Festival.”
Focusing on Detroit’s music scene and uplifting black businesses Leah and her team are working hard to make The Kindred Music Festival a household name and a place for people from all over the country to come and enjoy. The first one is destined to be extraordinary and it should have everyone excited for years to come.
The Kindred Festival will be held at Roosevelt Park located at 2405 Vernor Highway in Detroit. Gates open at 12 p.m. with performances from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. and the show runs until 9 p.m. Ticket prices range from $35 to $65. Spots are still available for vendors and food truck to be present on the festival grounds.
To learn more about Kindred Music & Entertainment, artists, vendor and food services or purchase tickets, visit https://www.kindredfestival.com