Come away with us as we travel to Africa through live music, art and storytelling.
The Motherland House Concert is a unique, intimate and interactive musical experience that showcases African musicians, art and stories in an interactive and intimate setting.
The Motherland House Concerts Series holds every 4th Saturday of the Month at LINC UP, 1167 Madison Avenue Southeast, Grand Rapids MI 49507.
Tickets are limited. Tickets cost $25 online and $30 at the door.
Are you looking for new entertainment?
Do you need authentic African entertainment for your events?
Are you looking for culturally diverse entertainment for your corporation, college or school?
Are you curious about African food and culture?
Are you looking for a judgment free space to learn about Africa?
Or are you just looking to touch base with home ?
Then, you have come to the right place. Buy your tickets and come join us!!
Group discounts : Buy 6 tickets and get one free!!
To book or host a house concert, visit us on our website:
For other inquiries, reach us via email: [email protected]
Connect with us on social media:
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ABOUT MOTHERLAND HOUSE CONCERT
For people, music venues, schools, churches and colleges who are curious about the African culture, love experiences or adventures and like to host friends, colleagues or students at home or a private venue of their choice, the Motherland House Concert is a house concert that showcases live original African music, spoken word, art and real life stories from African artists in an intimate and interactive setting.
Unlike other concerts, the Motherland House Concert is the only House concert specialized in African cultural exposure. We are the only company that showcases a combination of African musicians and poets, different African music genres, real life stories from 3 different African countries in every house concert thereby, painting a real picture of Africas diversity.
The Motherland House Concert also offers a safe space for the audience to interact with the artists, ask questions and to get immersed in Africas cultural diversity.
We bring African music, art and storytelling into your venue of choice - home, private venue or company.
Our goal is to bridge the cultural divide between Africans and the community, while empowering Africans to integrate, fully participate and contribute in growing the economy.
We are also excited to announce we are partnering with the Abel Ndjerareou International Ministries (ANIM - www.aniministries.org) for a great night of African music and poetry. This evening will be a time to learn more about the ministry of ANIM through the African musical experience of the Motherland House Concert. Please, come join us for a great evening of and discover a little bit of Africa through music.
Media Contact Information: Ethan Clyde: [email protected]