Sponsored Love: It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night, A Soul Train Tribute to Prince (update)

prince imagenedIt’s become the hottest Jam in the park over the last 4 years! The Soul Train Tribute presented by Imagenation Cinema Foundation & InJoy Enterprises is an annual tribute to the visionary Don Cornelius and his iconic program Soul Train. It’s a FREE, fun party in the park that salutes the historic TV show and also celebrates our musical legends.

This year we lost one of the greatest artists of all time so we will celebrate the music and mastery of the one and only Prince! This multimedia jam includes a Soul Train Dance Party to Prince music mixed by DJ M. Forde and Supa DJ King James, tribute performances of Prince favorites interpreted by an all-star cast of independent artists, produced in conjunction with Purpose Music Group, including Marcus Machado with his band, Angela Johnson, Bradd Marquis, Carmen Rodgers, Chris Rob, Elijah Bland, Kelli Sae, Lathan’s Way, Nicholas Ryan Gant and special guest Martin Luther! Plus a special screening of the Academy Award-winning film that catapulted Prince to Superstardom, Purple Rain.

This will be the biggest Soul Train Tribute event yet. So spread the word, bring your friends and join us because “It’s Gonna Be A Beautiful Night” and you don’t want to miss it!

CLICK HERE FOR FESTIVAL CALENDAR!

This is a Sponsored Love Friends event with sponsored by Harlem World Magazine.

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