Summer Forest Concert: Tomorrow Maybe
Hip-hop with a dose of jazz, soul, and inspiration for us all.
Enjoy the sounds of Big Piph & Tomorrow Maybe, a jazz- and soul-infused hip-hop band. Epiphany “Big Piph” Morrow is a hip-hop creative and community activator. He performs regularly with his seven-piece band Tomorrow Maybe and has worked with several major industry acts. He also has been a TEDx speaker and, perhaps most notably, has served as a Cultural Ambassador traveling abroad for work in countries such as Morocco, Algeria, the Gambia, Seychelles, Myanmar, Thailand, and Ghana.
One of his current projects is The F.A.M. Project, which empowers future leaders to become present ones. He also had a one-man show entitled The Glow, described as if “TED Talks were a Hip-Hop concert wrapped in an OG Spike Lee narrative,” and is now a digital series with Arkansas PBS. He has just released his latest musical project, Far From Finished.
Emmy-nominated composer and artist King Honey fuses rock while rolling with heavy guitar riffs and sporadic drums for her take on rock n’ roll. Her debut single “Liberate” encourages everyone to allow themselves space to experience life in a liberated state!
* Please Note: Though tickets for youth ages 18 and under are free, a ticket is required for entry. Reserve these tickets online or with Guest Services.
About Forest Concerts
Set outdoors in the museum’s beautiful North Forest, this family-friendly concert series features national and local artists surrounded by art and nature. Grab your lawn chair or blanket, kick back with friends, and enjoy live music under the trees all summer long. A food truck and cash bar will be available throughout the night, as well as kid-friendly artmaking activities.
(Saturday) 7:00 pm - 9:30 pm