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Poetic Vibes Open Mic

April 5 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Poetic Vibes is an artistic environment for creatives and lovers of poetry and spoken word. Inspiration, cultivation, and representation of our individual life experiences and challenges draw us together to wade in a watering hole of kinetic synergy. #PoeticVibesDC Poetic Vibes is created and hosted by Harvey Fitz in conjunction with The Anacostia Arts Center. It takes place every first Friday of each month. Doors open at 7pm and we begin at 8pm. The sign up sheet fills up fast so get there early to secure your spot. Our April features are author, poet, and activist Te as well as emcee & lyricist Cha Cha. Tickets can be purchased in advance via Eventbrite or at the door.

Chaseedaw (Cha Cha) is an actress, model, and rapper/songwriter. Born in Syracuse, NY and raised in Roxbury, MA Cha Cha has been living in Washington, DC for the past six years. Her debut EP Daydreaming is currently available on all streaming platforms. Her sound is poetic hip-hop, wrapped in black girl magic.
Bougie Music Video: https://youtu.be/xYNjA8yLEQ8
Hollywood Dreams Music Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8eEQAGTSqWU
Daddy featuring Deborah Bond Music Video: https://youtu.be/pN1hKFOSN0A
Chaseedaw (Cha-see-duh)
Te’ is an artist and influencer. His work as a millennial activist, has brought him titles such as actor, ambassador, author, creative director, emcee, singer and poet. Before sitting as one of the heads on the board of Washington DC’s renown urban agricultural super non-profit “The Green Scheme” founded by Washington DC’s own Ronnie Webb. Where their mission is to bring awareness and justice to food/social inequalities in the inner city and surrounding demographics through urban gardening and gathering, Boogie gained earlier credits as an activist/ambassador with B.A.P and his “BAPtisms (Bless All People) critically acclaimed “modem day black panther movement” founded in 2010 by Rashad Carmichael, who’s mission was to influence the youth to act and move with unity for all that is right and just. “DC will forever have special place in my heart” Te’


April 5
7:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Anacostia Arts Center
1231 Good Hope Road, SE
Washington, DC , DC 20020 United States
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