CAMBRIDGE – On Sept. 24, the George B. Todd Performance Hall at the Dorchester Center for the Arts will be filled with the sounds of “Best Kept Soul” from 6-8 p.m.
Best Kept Soul is a world-traveled, established dance and performance band with over 14 years together as a unit. This Wilmington, Delaware-based group maintains a schedule and following that demands weekly appearances up and down the Mid-Atlantic region. The band’s core sound is based on R&B grooves, but their repertoire encompasses everything from rock/pop to reggae/afro-beat to hip hop and Motown.
With great vocalists and superb musicianship, BKS packs the experience and sound of decades of the best music into their ensemble. Tickets are $30 per person in advance, $35 at the door, and may be purchased online at dorchesterarts.org
This Showcase “After Concert” comes after a day filled with performances along historic High Street, all part of the annual artwalk and street festival generously supported by the Nathan Foundation. As of press date, performances and locations are:
Showcase is truly a celebration of our creative community, featuring dozens of vendors offering a variety of handmade artisan pieces as well as nonprofit organizations on hand to share their good work with the community. The Skipjack Nathan of Dorchester offers free rides as a highlight of the day, and food options abound along the route.
Showcase is held from noon-5 p.m. rain or shine, followed by Best Kept Soul in the George B. Todd Performance Hall at 6 p.m.
For more information on these and other activities and events at DCA, stop by 321 High St., call 410-228-7782 or visit online at dorchesterarts.org. Programs at DCA are supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.