AFRO TV today unveiled AFROJams, its new Live Concert Series for the virtual era hosted by renowned singer Sisaundra Lewis from NBC The Voice. The series will kick off Live on May 18, 2021 with performances from 6 groundbreaking and very popular Haitian Artists in celebration of the 218th anniversary of the Haitian Flag: Rutshelle Guillaume, Fatima Altieri, J-Perry, Michael Benjamin, Anie Alèrte and Lynn Betty.
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The series will kick off Live on May 18, 2021 with performances from 6 groundbreaking and very popular Haitian Artists in celebration of the 218th anniversary of the Haitian Flag: Rutshelle Guillaume, Anie Alèrte, Sisaundra Lewis (Host), Fatima Altieri, J-Perry, Michael Benjamin (Photo: Business Wire)
AFROJams will bring top performances from popular multicultural Black artists directly into millions of households. In expanding the live concert experience, AFRO TV is creating a powerful new and exclusive platform that will benefit music fans, artists, and brands.
Brought to you by Comcast Xfinity and recorded at Afrotainers, AFRO TV owned and operated state of the art television theatre studio located in Orlando FL, the Live Concert Series will feature the premier production quality that our content is known for and offer multicultural Black viewers a new way to complement and enhance their at-home viewing experience via the new Comcast Xfinity Black Experience.
“The Live music ecosystem has been massively disrupted since the beginning of the pandemic and artists need to find new ways to connect with their fans and share their art. I believe the AFROJams Series on Xfinity is one of the most innovative ways to do that,” said Yves Bollanga, CEO and Founder of AFRO TV.
AFROJams Haiti will broadcast Live on May 18, 2021 at 8:00 PM on AFRO TV (Xfinity Channel 1623) along with Live multicast on Xfinity Black Experience, HAITI HD, Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.
Visit www.afrotainment.us for more information.
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