JAM3A is a FREE, virtual music and arts festival presented by the Arab American National Museum celebrating Arab talent, community, and identity! Join us Sept. 23-26, 2021 for this can’t-miss, 4-day experience featuring musical performances by renowned Arab artists
Originally planned as an in-person festival, JAM3A (Arabic for “gathering”) has moved to a virtual platform to maintain the safety of audience members during COVID-19, while also increasing accessibility to the amazing Arab artists presented as many of them are internationally based and unable to travel at this time.
Entirely free to the public, the festival in partnership with Arab American National Museum and the Detroit Institute of Arts will be live-streamed across various platforms. In addition to musical performances, the festival will include artist talkbacks and workshops, featuring the musical and artistic talent of the Arab and Arab American community.
The lineup includes audience favorites as well as names new to the AANM (virtual) stage including 47SOUL, Alsarah & The Nubatones, Emel, Hello Psychaleppo, Medusa TN, Oddisee, Ramy Essam, REMOooOTE: Detroit-Palestine (A Poetic Societies production).
See the schedule on the JAM3A website >
This event is presented in partnership with Arab.AMP, The Detroit Institute of Arts, East Downtown Dearborn Development Authority, UMS and YallaPunk.