Ne-Yo And The O’Jays Headline The 2022 Baltimore AFRAM

As one of the regions prominent festivals celebrating African-American culture and music, the past two years felt even more empty with the absence of an actual Baltimore AFRAM. This year, we’re heading back to Druid Hill Park to enjoy the festival we all know and love in-person on Juneteenth weekend.

Since we’ve all been itching to get “back outside”, the organizers of the event have just dropped the news of who’s taking on the headlining slots for 2022. For news that most people will be elated to hear, the festival is once again back to its two-day format this year over at Druid Hill Park.

Slated for the dates of June 18 & 19, the festival announced via a press conference that Ne-Yo and Yung Bleu will take control of the entertainment for Saturday. With Sundays’ usually bringing on a more relaxed vibe, the music will be dedicated to those who remember when music was great, as iconic music group The O’Jays, El DeBarge, Rotimi and Le’Andria Johnson will bring the event to a close. Baltimore’s own DJ Quicksilva and DJ Tanz will be keeping the crowd hyped up throughout the day.

As always, this event is totally FREE to the public, but we would suggest getting there early as parking may be a little bit of a situation.

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