A live evening performance of Ashon T. Crawley’s HOMEGOING, an audiovisual memorial about the impact of the AIDS crisis that centers spirituality as a means of honoring fallen Black queer church musicians, led by the artist and Clifton Ross III (Musical Director), James Johnson (Assistant Musical Director), and Abdul Hamid Robinson-Royal (Lead Musician).
Due to forecasted evening thunderstorms on Saturday, September 9, the live outdoor performance of Ashon T. Crawley’s HOMEGOING on the National Mall is being moved inside to the nearby Church of the Epiphany (1317 G St NW, Washington, DC 20005). The free concert performance is 7:30-9pm, with doors opening at 6:45pm. We encourage attendees to wear masks for this indoor performance.
Event is open to the public, advanced registration is encouraged to receive updates. This is an all- ages, family friendly event.
This event is part of the Beyond Granite: Pulling Together exhibition on the National Mall from August 18 - September 18, 2023.