Last week we looked at the agenda, now you can visualize it – and get there!
Also from MPD:
“On Saturday, May 7, 2016, the DC Funk Parade will take place in the District of Columbia. In conjunction with this event, there will be several street closures that motorists should take into consideration:
The parade will assemble in the 600 block of T Street, NW between Florida Avenue, NW & 7th Street, NW at 3:45 pm.
The parade will start at 4:00 pm in the 600 block of T Street, NW. The parade will travel along the following route:
West on T Street NW to Vermont Avenue, NW
Northeast on Vermont Avenue, NW to U Street, NW
West on U Street, NW to the 1200 block of U Street, NW where the parade will disband.
The parade route should be open to traffic by approximately 5:00 pm.”
And this is cool as hell:
“The Funk Parade Boombox App
The What??? You mean a way that you can be a part of the parade and make a ton of noise even if you dont play an instrument?
Watch Kokayi and Torie from Cherry Blossom Creative demo the App Here
1) Download the App and get your friends to do the same
2) Get boombox or bluetooth speaker
3) Bring it to the Parade and Line Up by the Howard Theater at 3:30pm
4) Choose one of the Boomboxes in the App
5) Press Play
6) March and Dance
The details about the App Can be found in the release below.
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