By Kristin Danley-Greiner,
The parade will begin at noon on West Street while the African Diaspora Festival will begin at 1 p.m. at Susan Campbell Park at City Dock.
ANNAPOLIS, MD — Make plans to attend the 6th annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Parade and African Diaspora Festival April 4, which is hosted by the City of Annapolis in partnership with The Annapolis Drum and Bugle Corp. The parade will begin at noon on West Street and Amos Garrett Boulevard, travel down West Street, around Church Circle and down Main Street to City Dock.Ring | Featured AdvertiserRing allows neighbors to cheer up grieving friend”My friends came to cheer me up with their dogs because I lost my grandma. Ring showed me the whole thing and I’m so thankful for this because it made me smile.”Watch Now
Annapolis police officers will maintain road closures along West Street, Church Circle and Main Street during the parade.
The family-friendly and free African Diaspora Festival will begin at 1 p.m. at Susan Campbell Park at City Dock. The event will include live performances and vendors. The world famous Washington D.C.-based Go-Go band, “Junkyard Band” will headline the festival. Featured artist and bands to perform include Annapolis’ own TAO featuring Live Band, R.E.I.G.N., 4 The Road Band, Kevin Smith and New Unity Band, Ron-Shaye Clark and more.