Henry Street Music Festival brings history, entertainment, fellowship and more to the Roanoke Valley

Henry Street Music Festival brings history, entertainment, fellowship and more to the Roanoke Valley

This year’s festival celebrated African American heritage with crafts, merchandise, cuisines and of course, music. By Shawn Nowlin shawn.nowlin@ourvalley.org  On September 18, thousands of Roanoke Valley residents, including members of the Salem community, attended the Henry Street Music Festival. Formerly known as the Henry Street Heritage Festival, event organizers decided to rebrand the annual gathering this year.  The festival, which began at 3 p.m. at Elmwood Park and lasted for approximately seven hours, celebrated African American culture with crafts, merchandise, cuisines and of course, music.   Said...

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