JAM3A, Arabic for “gathering,” is a 2-day summer music and arts festival presented by the Arab American National Museum (AANM). This can’t-miss event celebrates Arab American talent, community and identity through music, art, local eats, artisan vendors and YOU!
We are proud to announce the culmination of 15 years of unforgettable performances and extraordinary art: JAM3A. JAM3A (the Arabic word for “gathering”) is a FREE music, food and arts festival celebrating Arab American talent, community and identity. This can’t-miss experience takes place from Aug. 15-16, 2020 and will feature performances by notable Arab American artists while highlighting local businesses, artisan vendors and YOU!
Join us as we activate AANM’s campus, the City Hall Artspace Park and the Michigan Ave. Corridor to uplift and immerse attendees in Arab American culture. This open-to-the-public event invites thousands of residents and communities from across the U.S. to experience the depth and diversity of Arab Americans in an inclusive and dynamic format that is easy on the eyes, ears and taste buds.
AANM is the only Museum of its kind, with JAM3A aligning with its vision to promote Arab American culture and a community engaged with and inspired by its diverse cultural heritage. Coming into its 15th year, AANM sees JAM3A as a key component in emphasizing its role as a national hub for Arab American art and music. For more information and updates on JAM3A, visit jam3a.org or arabamericanmuseum.org.