Daryl King
Kaine Hampton

Dominque Richards

Chantell Link
Sonia White


The Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival (HBHMAF) was founded by The Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture and is held annually at collective locations in or near Downtown Houston. Previously held on the lawns of Discovery Green, last year the Festival moved indoors to the popular George R. Brown Convention Center.  This year the Festival will be held on the grounds and stages of the beautiful and accessible Midtown Park in Houston’s Midtown District, March 7, 2020.

The HBHMAF experience is a cultural experience that promotes diversity and cultural sensitivity filled with performances by both local and world-renown musical artists, visual art exhibits, guest speakers, presentations, poets, crafts people and more!

Community Involvement
The Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture partnered with T-Mobile and Volunteers of America for a Day of Service, Rebuilding After Harvey, August 10, 2018, lending helping hands to donate food, clothing and other non-perishable items.  They also hosted a tribute to former  Council Member Larry Green, a major Festival supporter, Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018 at Kingdom Builders.  New this year will be the inaugural “Houston Honors” recognizing Houston’s unsung heroes.  In addition to music and arts, the Festival also boasts health zones and have taken a more active role promoting health & wellness within the nation’s African-American community at-large.

Additionally, each year The Foundation for Black Heritage and Culture donates monies to a Historically Black College & University (HBCU) of its choice on behalf of the Houston Black Heritage Festival and has planned an HBCU Wellness Tour.

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