A WORD FROM THE FOUNDER
We invite you to become a supporter of the Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival (HBHMAF) and join our efforts to increase awareness and cultural sensitivity in the Houston area. Your support as a sponsor will provide you with high-level branding opportunities and new customer awareness.
With your generosity and commitment as a sponsor, donor, partner or volunteer, the HBHMAF is on its way to becoming one of the largest African-American events in the country. We truly are grateful for your consideration & support and look forward to partnering with you for the fifth annual Houston Black Heritage Festival!
HBHMAF promotes historical and cultural solidarity. This two-day experience has something for everyone: Health & wellness education, financial empowerment, self-expression all within the unique blend of African and African-American style!
Richard Andrews, Founder & President
The Annual Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival (HBHMAF) is a cultural experience that promotes diversity and cultural sensitivity filled with performances, visual artists & crafts people, speakers, exhibits, poets and world-renown musical entertainers.
The 2018 Festival was an all-weekend affair having taken place Aug. 10th-12th at various locations around Houston, including:
Friday, A Day of Service, August 10, 2018
HBHMAF joined with Volunteers of America and T-Mobile to provide food, backpacks and school supplies to families affected by Hurricane Harvey one year earlier.
Saturday at The Festival! August 11, 2018
5-time Grammy Award-winning singer Lalah Hathaway and Stokley Williams headlined the 2018 Music Fest See this year’s collection of vendors, performers, fashionistas, & more!
Sunday, A Day of Inspiration, August 12, 2018
HBHMAF paid tribute to the sudden passing of formerCity Councilman Larry Green who was an ardent supporter of The Festival at Kingdom Builders in Southwest Houston.