Sweet Spot Music & Arts

is back in West Harlem with A Saturday Fish Fry!
We’ll be at West Harlem Pier
celebrating #Harlem100

100 years of culture, artistry & excellence
Pack a blanket, bring your solo cups & join us as we celebrate the summer and the riches of Harlem

Featuring :
The Sweet Spot Pop-Up Market : food, artist & craft vendors. , Kids Art Workshop & of course music by NYC’s finest!

The best part is – it’s all FREE!!
Tell a friend and bring a friend .. we’ll see you on the pier x

Join  us at The Africa Center for
WarmUp! to EatUp!
A tasting event celebrating food and drink of the African diaspora!
Sweet Spot Music & Arts will bring our plaza alive with their signature pop-up: family fun, arts, crafts and food tastings! Try plantain, sorrel/bissap, jollof rice, and more…
The Africa Center
110th & Fifth Ave
Saturday, May 11, 2019
( Rain Date is Sunday! 5/12)


Is it free to enter Sweet Spot Music & Arts?

Yes. Sweet Spot is free to attend, accessible and open to all ages. 

What should I bring?

A picnic blanket, cash, and some friends!

Other recommended items include sunscreen when it’s sunny, a sweater if its chilly – It often is in May

Our delicious food vendors will have some excellent selections for you to try. You are also welcome to bring your own food too. Please bring a refillable water bottle. Glass bottles are not allowed inside Sweet Spot.

Please Note: Drinking alcohol in public, also known as public consumption, open container, etc is not allowed under the NYC Park Rules and Regulations. Keep it out of sight!

What if there’s a forecast for rain?
We will send out a rain date ! – be sure to sign up for news letter

Is the market cash-only?
Vendors accept cash and some accept debit or credit cards. There are ATMs close by

I have more questions . I want to send an email 

Sure thing!  you can reach us at sweetspotfestival@gmail.ocm


The Sweet Spot Music & Arts Festival is a Kindred Arts Cultural Equity Initiative.
Director, Marsha Reid is an interdisciplinary arts presenter and producer, cultural organizer, and arts activist based in Harlem, New York.
Her non profit work and collaborative projects address Cultural Equity, Public space, Community and Communitas.

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