This year, Texas will be hosting the inaugural Honeyland Festival, a unique event celebrating Black culture through food, music, and art. Set to take place in Sugar Land, Houston, the festival promises to be a vibrant and unforgettable experience for all who attend.

A Culinary Experience with Marcus Samuelsson

At the heart of the Honeyland Festival is a celebration of Black cuisine. Renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson, known for his work on television shows like “Top Chef” and “Chopped,” will be curating a culinary experience that showcases the diverse flavors and techniques of Black cooking. Attendees can expect to indulge in mouthwatering dishes from a variety of Black-owned restaurants and food vendors.

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Music and Art to Feed the Soul

In addition to the delicious food, the Honeyland Festival will also feature a lineup of talented Black musicians and artists. Essence reports that the event will include performances from local and national artists, spanning various genres such as jazz, R&B, hip-hop, and gospel. Festival-goers can also look forward to an array of visual art displays, showcasing the work of talented Black artists from across the country.

A Celebration of Community

The Honeyland Festival aims to create a space for the Black community to come together and celebrate their culture and heritage. The event seeks to promote unity, empowerment, and a sense of belonging among its attendees. By highlighting the incredible contributions of Black individuals in the realms of food, music, and art, the festival is set to become an annual tradition that honors and uplifts the Black community in Texas and beyond.



NOVEMBER 11-12, 2023



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