F. Cosmo Harris Gospel Stage
The F. Cosmo Harris Gospel Stage features an array of performances that showcase the vast artform of gospel music. The Gospel Stage features Urban
Gospel, Traditional Gospel, Praise Dancers, Youth Gospel Performances, and Contemporary Gospel.
The Kuumba Stage is the creativity stage featuring Neo-Soul, R & B, Blues, Jazz, World Beat, Hip Hop, and Traditional Dance. This is a popular stage as it hosts a diverse line-up of stellar talent to provide entertainment for the entire family.
brother jeff’s Cultural Center’s Stage
The brother jeff’s Cultural Center Stage is a community stage that offers talent across the Denver Metropolitan area to have an opportunity to engage and entertain the community at large.
Joda Village Compound and Stage
Joda Village Compound is a setting reminiscent of a small Nigerian village. The compound was named in honor of Mr. Adetunji Joda-teacher, master drummer and dance who taught traditional Nigerian African Dance and Drum in Denver for more than 40 years. The compound will showcase an expose of African arts and culture including creative interpretations of modern dance, tap, capoeira, Caribbean and African dance, spoken word, African roots music, reggae, African drum and African American folk music.