Philly musicians perform to benefit CAMP SOJOURNER, GIRLS’ LEADERSHIP CAMP, a nonprofit leadership program for Philly girls ages 8-16, offering affordable summer camp and year-round activities.
MONICA MCINTYRE, cellist and vocalist, blending the genres of jazz, blues, soul, reggae, and middle-eastern music.
BETHLEHEM ROBERSON, acapella vocalist blending her voice with powerful rhythms.
SILVERTON, an indie folk-rock band with lots of heart.
MIXED PEOPLE, a funky, soul fusion band with hints of rock and world music.
UNIDOS DA FILADELFIA SAMBA GROUP, a community-based samba school whose mission is to spread the joy and excitement of Brazilian percussion.
Sojo Groove Night is happening at THE ROTUNDA (4014 Walnut Street) in Philadelphia, a community-gathering place that is fueled by the belief that art is a catalyst for social change.
SUGGESTED DONATION $20, with additional donation and discounted tickets available--if you can pay more, please do! Our goal is to raise $3,000 to help launch our year-round programs for Philly girls at no cost to families, including our Teen Leadership Institute, Bartram's Garden farm days, self-defense classes, college tours, creative arts, social justice action projects, and more. If you need to pay less than the suggested donation, please do--we want all of our community to be able to attend.
FOOD AND RAFFLE will be available at the event.
We hope you can join us on October 9 to enjoy great music and help provide much needed programs for Philly girls!