Richard Andrews, Founder


The 3rd Annual Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival (HBHMAF) is an all-day cultural event that promotes diversity and cultural sensitivity. It will again feature music, art, speakers, exhibits, poets and crafts people locally and nationally. The Festival, which will take place Saturday, September 30, 2017 at downtown Houston’s Discovery Green, is expected to draw nearly 8,000 participants.

We invite you to become a supporter of the Festival and join our efforts to increase awareness and cultural sensitivity in the Houston area. Your support as a sponsor will provide you with high-level branding opportunities and new customer awareness.

With your generosity and commitment as a sponsor, donor, partner or volunteer, the HBHMAF is on its way to becoming one of the largest African-American events in the country. We truly are grateful for your consideration & support and look forward to partnering with you for the second annual Houston Black Heritage Festival!


Richard Andrews,

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Festival Overview


The Houston Black Heritage Music & Arts Festival™ (HBHMAF) is an all-day cultural affair that features inspirational speakers, black exhibits, nationally-renowned musicians, artists, spoken word and craftspeople, both locally and nationally. HBHMAF promotes historical and cultural solidarity. This all-day experience has something for everyone: Health & wellness education, financial empowerment, self-expression all within the unique blend of African and African American style!