Sovibo Arts and Music Festival 2024


Check out photos from the Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.

Adanyah Yashra'AL, owner of Rafah Labiy Motherland Collection, talks to Pigtown customers Denisha Alston and Mario Alston framed by a painting from Ghana during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Adanyah Yashra’AL, owner of Rafah Labiy Motherland Collection, talks to Pigtown patrons Denisha Alston and Mario Alston during the annual Sowebo Art and Music Festival around Hollins Market, surrounded by a painting from Ghana. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Soleil Winston, three, of Bolton Hill, with his parents, Dwayne Winston and Trevell Winston, at Hollins Market Eat at the annual Sowebo arts and music festival around Hollins Market.  (Calmerton Phelan/Staff)
Soleil Winston, 3, of Bolton Hill, during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival near Hollins Market. Dinner with parents Dwayne Winston and Trevell Winston. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
"Guapochloe" Chloe Abesamis of Butchers Hill and Rose Porch, Washington, D.C., listens to Unkle Kunkle's One Gram Band perform during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Chloe “Guapochloe” Abesamis of Butchers Hill and Rose Porch, Washington, D.C., listens to Unkle Kunkle’s One Gram Band perform during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Georgia Howard and Daniel Howard of Eutaw Square walk together during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Georgia Howard and Daniel Howard of Eutaw Square walk together during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Natalia Smalls, 9, of Hollins Market, scales the portable Pigtown Climbs 25-foot climbing wall during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Natalia Smalls, 9, of Hollins Market climbs the portable Pigtown Climbs 25-foot climbing wall during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Bridget Cimino and Baynard Woods of the Barnyard Sharks perform at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Bridget Cimino and Baynard Woods of Barnyard Sharks at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival at Hollins Market Music Festival). (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
A business owner enjoys a drink during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market.  (Calmerton Phelan/Staff)
A business owner enjoys a drink during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Beth Harper (left) of Catonsville and Bonnie Lander of Hollins Market, a former band member, around Hollins Market They danced to music played by Barnyard Sharks at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Beth Harper (left) of Catonsville and Bonnie Lander of Hollins Market are members of the band around Hollins Market They danced to music played by Barnyard Sharks at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Bob "bow tie" Mount Vernon's Nelson talks to West End's Tony King at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival at Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Mount Vernon’s Bob “Bowdy” Nelson talks with West End’s Tony King at the annual Sovibo Arts and Music Festival at Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Matt Silkworth Band performs at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Matt Silkworth Band performs during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Malcolm Sykes, of Hollins Market, took over from girlfriend Kim McCloskey to care for their eight-month-old during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market child Sequoya Sykes.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Hollins Market’s Malcolm Sykes took over from girlfriend Kim McCloskey to look after the eight of them during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market Month-old child Sequoya Sykes. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Thomas Clark and Teresa Clark of Washington, D.C., greet people they know at the annual Sowebo arts and music festival in Hollins Market Wave.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Thomas Clark and Teresa Clark of Washington, D.C., at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival in Hollins Market People you know wave. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Jeff Jennings of Hampden shares a funnel cake with his 9-year-old niece Charley Demange during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival at Hollins Market.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Jeff Jennings of Hampden with his 9-year-old niece at the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market Charley Demange shares funnel cake. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Bob "bow tie" Mt. Venon's Nelson and Westside's Tony King present annual Sowebo Arts and Music at Hollins Market There was laughter and joy at the festival.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Mount Vernon’s Bob “Bowdy” Nelson and West End’s Tony King share a laugh at the annual Soweibo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Jen Morales and Steve Corrozi Pigtoown of Vienna, Virginia, during the annual Soweibo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market , sitting in the shade and watching people's performances.  (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)
Jen Morales and Steve Corrozi Pigtown of Vienna, Virginia, during the annual Sowebo Arts and Music Festival around Hollins Market Sit in the shade and people watch. (Karl Merton Phelan/Staff)



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