New Orleans Agenda Sylvain Music Notes- Essence News & The Batistes NOLA's Royal Family of Music
In the recent edition of "The New Orleans Agenda Sylvain Music Notes," The Essence Cultural Festival is announced and NOLA's Royal Family of Music, The Batistes, are highlighted as they open doors for the African Diaspora in New Orleans and beyond.
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ESSENCE Announces Its 2022 Unbeatable Daytime Empowerment Experiences and Night Experiences June 30-July 3rd
Previously Announced Talent Include Nicki Minaj, Janet Jackson, Jazmine Sullivan, Kevin Hart, New Edition, WizKid, TEMS and D Nice & Friends
May 12, 2022 (New York, N.Y.)—ESSENCE Communications, Inc., the leading media, technology, and commerce company dedicated to serving Black women and their communities, today announced its 2022 ESSENCE Festival of Culture Unbeatable Daytime and Nighttime Experiences Presented by Coca-Cola. Taking place June 30- July 3 (Thursday-Sunday)
The 2022 ESSENCE Festival of Culture will feature a global ensemble of performers.
"The New Orleans Agenda Sylvain Music Notes" also highlighted NOLA'S Royal Family of Music with Damon Batiste, the New Orleans Cultural Ambassador and entrepreneur, who has already opened the door for global ensemble of performers since 1998 with over 82 visits to Africa. Just days ago, he welcomed African Diaspora performers including Mpume and Nikki Williams of South African to the Congo Square Stage of Jazz Fest 2022:
From South Africa, to Senegal to Cote d' Ivoire and beyond, the African Diaspora is answering the call of the Batistes with the recent New Orleans visit of Senator Amadou Thiam, Managing Director Senegal Government Tourism Board, the Cote D' Ivoire entourage hosted in Los Angeles and Nicholls State University and the Grammy in the Bush Party hosted in Johannesburg with Damon Batiste and the honored African Royal Family of the Amandebele Nation.
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