About this Event
September 24: BOMBAntillana (Bomba)
Get up and dance! Through call-and-response songs and movements, BOMBAntillana engages all ages as active participants in a live Bomba experience. Born over 400 years ago in Boriken (the island known as Puerto Rico), originated on sugar cane plantations, and kept alive through oral tradition and secret gatherings, Bomba, like many AfroIndigenous art forms, continues to be a powerful means of creative expression, healing, resistance, community building, and celebration. To celebrate the closing of our season, is providing free ice cream. This final concert coincides with the Faculty Artisan Showcase at . Come early to check it out!Celebrating Creativity & Community
June through September: Every Sunday at 5pm
In the Eliot Schoolyard, 24 Eliot Street, Jamaica Plain
New this year: Beer Garden by , 4-7pm
Bring your own seats. All are welcome. No animals, please.
FREE Admission - Suggested donation $20; your donations help pay the musicians, curators, and audio engineer.
CURATORS: Brian Friedland, Hoopla Productions, Meraki Productions, Ana Colón
AUDIO: Carlito BluTHANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS!
FOUNDING SPONSORS: Sazama Real Estate, the record co., Kevin Cradock Builders
PREMIER SPONSORS: tcb-The Cooperative Bank, Jameson & Thompson Picture Framers
MAJOR SPONSORS: FoMu, The Blue Frog Bakery
GOOD NEIGHBOR SPONSORS: Rockland Trust, Eastern Bank, JP Licks
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Eliot School, 24 Eliot Street, Boston, United States