Past Dates & Times
- Friday, Feb 5, 2021 6:00pm
Refuge Coffee Co. and The APEX Museum present A VIRTUAL night of soul-filled spirituals as we ring in Black History Month. Songs to inspire, and songs to make you reflect. Prepare to be uplifted and take off as you listen to songs that celebrate the heritage of black history, and Black History Month.
The night will begin with a delicious drink at Refuge Coffee Co. Sweet Auburn accompanied by sights/sounds of Erin Richardson's Black Soil Exhibition and Sweet Auburn Stories (bring your headphones).
One hour of Negro Spirituals with Javohn Paul at the APEX Museum. With a special guest performance by the Academy of the Arts Dance Company.
Free parking available in the APEX Museum's parking lot.
-Face masks are required!
-Limited ticket availability for in-person attendance.
-If you feel sick or have been in contact with someone that has tested positive for COVID, please stay home.
-If you purchase a drink please, sip and put your mask back up.
-Regularly wash hands or use hand sanitizer.
About the artist
JaVohn is a professional singer/recording artist based in the Atlanta area. She loves singing music to uplift, encourage, and bring great joy to others. She's had the opportunity to sing at Sweet Auburn Music Fest and many other venues in the Southeast region. Find out more information at