Named for Funkadelic’s (aka Parliament/P Funk’s) classic 1973 album “Cosmic Slop,” the Cosmic Slop Rock Festival is an intentionally multi-cultured rock festival.
Founded in 2011 by Deekah Rox and a group of fellow black Detroit musicians, the Cosmic Slop Rock Festival has become known as one of the few places for Black, Hispanic, Middle Eastern and Native Rockers from across the U.S. to join together and celebrate the colorful roots of the music they love.
So we'll be playing at the Vol. 3 for the Kickback series representing of what constitutes as an alternative. YESSSSS! We are the Punky Brewster (name of the event) of music! where all of the punk, the trippy, and the weird, wrapped up in one. For music's sake, dance like no one is watching. There will be food and drink available for purchase.
Join us for An Evening of Romantic Poetry, Sensual Soul & Necessary Unity. The PERFECT evening out for singles, couples, and those who simply want to enjoy a night out. Hosted by Joel Fluent Greene
We'll be performing our songs to celebrate one love, respect & honesty. At the truly sophisticated N'NamdiCenter for Contemporary Art. Consider beautiful art everywhere, a fully stocked bar, and pop up food service.
Saturday, July 28th, 2018
N'Namdi Center for Contemporary Art
52 E. Forest Ave. Detroit, MI
Doors 8pm. Showtime 9pm
Come, come whoever you are.. and join us for Stories of the Spirit: a Journey of Creativity & Spirituality on April 22nd at Kent State. This will be an evening exploring the intersection of creativity and spirituality through the story telling and performances of very special guest artists. Tazeen and LuFuki will present their process of music and how it relates to their spiritual experiences.