PASADENA – ColoradoBoulevard.net:
The City of Pasadena and the Black History Planning Committee announced that MAJOR., the Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter, will perform at the Black History Festival on Saturday, Feb. 18.
By News Desk
The Black History Parade and Festival is an annual celebration of African American culture and heritage, and MAJOR.’s performance promises to be a highlight of the festival, which takes place immediately following the parade at noon.
MAJOR. has made a name for himself in the music industry with his soulful and uplifting music, which has earned him critical acclaim and a dedicated fan base. His hit song “Why I Love You” has been streamed over 100 million times on Spotify, and he has collaborated with top artists like Stevie Wonder and Patti LaBelle.
Brenda Harvey-Williams, Director of the Pasadena Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department, said:
We are thrilled to have MAJOR. perform at the Black History Parade and Festival 2023. His music is a celebration of love and unity, which aligns perfectly with the spirit of our festival. We can’t wait to see him take the stage and share his incredible talent with our community here in Pasadena.” MAJOR.’s performance promises to be a must-see event, and attendees are encouraged to arrive early to secure their spot.
Pasadena’s Black History Parade and Festival features live music, food for purchase, a children’s zone, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) fair and educational activities that celebrate African American history and culture. The festival, at noon on Saturday, Feb. 18, is free and open to the public.
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