Underground Mic Night

. March 31, 2019.
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The second Thursday of every month is a big night for Ward 1 Productions’ Underground Open Mic Night, a showcase for artists age 18 to 24 who want to sharpen their spoken word and musical talents. Though most of the performances fall within the hip hop genre, Underground is an opportunity for everyone in every genre to perfect their craft. If you are looking to get involved or know a young artist who might be interested, email a 15-minute music sample in mp3 format to Ward 1 Productions.

The next show is at 8:30pm Thursday, April 11.
Riverside Arts Center’s Off Center Venue, 64 N. Huron St., Ypsilanti.
info@ward1productions.com | Ward1productions.com

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