Tomorrow! Friday Nights at OMCA

Photo of a food vendor for Tomorrow! Friday Nights at OMCAWith Off the Grid Featuring Sage & Cedar and DJ Siyah
Reconnect with family, friends, and community at Friday Nights at OMCA every week. This free event provides a gathering place that includes live music, hands-on activities, Off the Grid food trucks.

Take advantage of late-night access to the Oakland Museum of CA galleries and special exhibitions with a Museum ticket. And, we have heard that this is a great time to tour the galleries because they are not crowded.

In the event of rain, the music will be taken indoors.

Inspired by the community’s stories of resilience and reconnection over the past two years, Friday Nights at OMCA has been reimagined as a more intimate experience where visitors can break bread and enjoy weekly programming that dives deeper into themes that drive OMCA’s mission like community, belonging, and connection.

Program Schedule for Friday, January 13th
5 to 8 PM Off the Grid Service
5 to 7 PM Music by DJ Siyah (Amphitheater)
7 to 8:30 PM Live musical performance by Sage & Cedar (Amphitheater)

Sage & Cedar
Join us for a healing musical evening of Afro-Indigenous beats by hip hop duo, Sage & Cedar. Sage & Cedar is made up of AshEl SeaSunZ Eldridge, and Ietef DJ Cavem Vita. Together, they will take you through a musical journey: from medicinal music created with the acoustic ngoni, a traditional West African stringed instrument, to spoken word and prayerformance (prayer + performance) to conscious reggae and hip hop over booming beats.

DJ Siyah
After falling in love with linguistics through music at the age of 5, Siyah Ndawela Mgoduka has been diving deep into a wide variety of music ever since. From Hip Hop and RnB, to Jazz and Neo Soul to House, Electro, Kwiato, and Future Kwaito, his hunt for music does not stop there. With a decade of DJ experience, Siyah Ndawela Mgoduka understands when it’s necessary to let “the plan” fade away once the mood takes over. His international travel and South African roots are undeniable as he takes you through a journey from the streets of Cape Town, to the nightclubs of Berlin, and the iconic backdrop of Brooklyn. Dare you to dance harder than he does.

Visit the OMCA website for more details.

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