Yoga on Dub – Photos by Sheree R. Swann
BOBFEST 2018 EVENTS
YOGA ON DUB WITH JAH 9 | Feb 15, 2018
Jah9 is an international Reggae artist and healthy lifestyle guru. She was certified in Kemetic Yoga through the great Yogi Yisir Ra Hotep. We have an exciting evening of Yoga led by Jah9, assisted by Yogis of the Atlanta community, in a special blend with authentic music. This is a presentation that has been shared in choice places all over the world. After Yoga, participants will enjoy conversation, a light vegan meal, including tea, and healthy food demos from plant-based chefs!
CONCERT IN THE VILLAGE | Feb 16, 2018
Dubbed the “Queen of Neo-Roots” music sweeping the world, Jah9 joins us alomng with some special musicians and artists to bring Atlanta a recharge and spiritual boost in a night of food, art, family, Afrikan marketplace, word sound & power. Jah9 is joined by the God Hop Queen Sa-Roc, a sister who is also sweeping the world with a bresh of fresh air! Just added to the amazing lineup is the All-Woman Roots Reggae band Sol Rizing! This concert is a reflection and celebration of the beautiful and powerful voice of Afrikan woman. Takes place at the spacious and gracious Shrine Of The Black Madonna in Atlanta’s historic West End. State of the art sound, free, secure parking.
AFRICA UNITE FILM FESTIVAL | Feb 17, 2018
This The third day takes us to the historic Auburn Research Library for a full day Film Festival! Admission is free, and RSVP is required. The day features classic films, documentaries, shorts, music video premiers and performances by Atlanta Icons like Abyss Grahhm, Ekundayo and others. Hosted by Atlanta radio host and tastemaker, Sheriese Nicole with special guest, Internationally acclaimed artist, Fahamu Pecou.
FARM TO TABLE BRUNCH & MARKETPLACE | FEB 18, 2018
The Fest wraps up Sunday in the Jamaican/ African Sunday tradition: a feast! “Stir It Up” is a 7-course vegan feast prepared by an all-star collective of some of Atlanta’s leading plant-based chefs. co-sponsored by the Black Vegetarian Society of Georgia, this feast is 2 rooms of food and “roots” culture: a marketplace open to the public with live performances and chef demos, and a private Brunch with entertainment by The Omega Level, starring trumpeter Dashill Smith and friends.