Summer of 1969: Woodstock becomes the defining moment of the counter-culture movement. And Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, Mahalia Jackson and BB King play to a combined crowd of more than 300,000 people at The Harlem Cultural Festival.
The later has been all but forgotten. Until now.
Girls Record Lounge (GRL) brings you the new award-winning documentary, Summer of Soul, it aims to right what it believes to be a serious cultural wrong; "Black Woodstock" has been largely ignored for more than half a century.
In addition to the film there will be music, canapés and an exhibition of artwork including producer Questlove’s journey making the film.
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