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Join us Friday, August 21, 2015  at the Lafayette Square Mall for an evening of fun, food and entertainment.

Stone Soul Edition: Live performances on Friday from Full ForceNice & SmoothThe Alumni featuring Kwame’Chubb RockSpecial EdMonie Love, and Dana Dane. Plus Kid N Play and Big Daddy Kane.

Click here for a chance to win free tickets

Soul Food Festival Tickets also on sale at:

King Ribs – 3145 W. 16th Street

King Ribs – 4130 N. Keystone Ave

Kountry Kitchen – 1831 College Ave

His Place Eatery – 6916 E. 30th Street

DeeGusto’s – 1430 W. Washington Street

Gates open at 4pm. Show starts at 5pm.

Indianapolis’ Soul Food Festival celebrates music and culture! This is the ultimate destination in August for African American celebration, providing visitors with world-class entertainment, seminars, children’s activities, arts, technology, education, financial literacy, health screenings, wellness workshops and more.

The Soul Food Festival is Indianapolis’s largest summer music & soul food event featuring performances by R&B and Old School artists that rule the charts and the stage! For booth space and sponsorship opportunities call 317-221-0967.

Rain or Shine. No refunds.

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