Concert of Colors 2020

The 28th Annual Concert of Colors, the largest free world music and diversity festival in the Midwest, will present this year’s festival on-air, broadcast on Detroit Public TV (56.1) and WDET 101.9 FM, October 6-11.

 “It’ll be very powerful to hear the kind of music performed by these global musicians during this strange time in the planet’s history, and with so many events being canceled around the world Concert of Colors is fortunate to have the community partnerships that made the idea of broadcasting the festival possible. We all need music right now.” -Ismael Ahmed, Concert of Colors founder and executive director.

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Concert of Colors is made possible with the support of partners culturesource, Detroit Institute of Arts, Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, ACCESS/Arab American National Museum, Michigan Science Center, University of Michigan-Dearborn, University of Michigan Detroit Center, Wayne State University, Detroit Historical Museum, Detroit Symphony Orchestra, Midtown Detroit, Marx Layne & Co., Detroit Public Television, WDET 101.9 FM radio., Scarab Club, Big City Rhythm & Blues magazine, Hellenic Museum of Michigan and College for Creative Studies. Generous Sponsors include Knight Foundation, Community Foundation of Southeastern Michigan, DTE Energy, AARP, Zingermans Deli, Mark Bernstein and Rachel Bendit Bernstein.