Thursday, July 20, 2023

Germantown Arts District’s July Fourth Friday: Caribbean Rhythms

Germantown Arts District’s July Fourth Friday: Caribbean Rhythms

This Friday, Germantown Arts District host its Fourth Friday event with the theme Caribbean Rhythms. Enjoy a night full of food, dancing and good vibes, in an effort to support and help the Germantown community and its thriving arts and culture scene. Attendees will be able to indulge in authentic Caribbean dishes, learn authentic Caribbean dancing, dance to Caribbean beats on the street and shop from local Germantown business owners. 

“The Germantown Arts District’s July Fourth Friday event is going to be one of the hottest events of the summer! If you're craving a tropical getaway but can't find the time, don't worry because we've got you covered. Join us in Germantown on July 28th for fun, food, and all things Caribbean. We have an amazing line-up of artists, performers, and vendors who will be bringing the party, and we cannot wait to share it all with our community!”
 said GAD Founder Kristen Clark

Get ready to be enchanted by the magic of the July Fourth Friday event, where creativity takes center stage with the following events: 

  • 6 pm - Outside Market Square Park (Across From 5445 Germantown Ave)

    • Enjoy Food, Drinks, Live Entertainment, and Vendors from all over Philadelphia

  • 7 pm - Inside The Kinesics Dance Dynamics Theatre (5427 Germantown Ave)

    • Feel the Caribbean Rhythm with a Caribbean styled Instructed Dance Class Led by Ellie X (@the.ellie.x) 

    • Caribbean Inspired Food and Drinks Provided by Grubaholics

  • 9 pm -  Inside The Kinesics Dance Dynamics Theatre (5427 Germantown Ave) 

    • Dancehall House Party

      • Music From: International DJ Sensation, DJ Nash (@nashirah)

Those interested in being featured vendors or artists at future Germantown Arts Districts Fourth Friday events can sign up today on the website! For more information on Germantown Arts District and other upcoming events,  follow Germantown Arts District on Instagram, LinkedinTikTok, and Twitter, and like their Facebook page. For more information, you can visit


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