Sip & Savor Summer Soiree: A dining experience with Black Alley Band on August.22nd

Written by Staff Writer- Blog Events Now

BLACK ALLEY, a band based in Washington DC that has been featured on various media outlets including TV One, BET Soul,,, Okayplayer, DJBooth, TimeOut NYC, Creative Loafing, Washington City Paper, and the Washington Post will be bringing upbeat energy to the Sip & Savor Summer Series on August.22nd.2021

When is Sip & Savor Summer Series?


Purchase tickets at Sip & Savor Summer Soirée feat. Black Alley + P.R.O. + DJ Drex + Nori Nori – Union Stage

Who are we?

All About Caring Project, Inc. (AACP) is dedicated to helping students by providing ongoing support and services by promoting the success of continuing education. AACP provides an array of needs to youth in our community. They are dedicated to helping students in and around the District with leadership opportunities, education, job-skills training, and scholarships.

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Invest in Hope

High tuition cost limits many youths in our community an affordable opportunity to access higher education and well-paying workforce opportunities. High prices and limited access, leave high school scholars and their families left with huge debt, or they cannot afford college altogether. Higher costs jeopardize those individual students but also affect black and brown communities and states, which increasingly rely on highly educated workforces to grow and thrive. That in combination with a lack of employment opportunities for our youth severely impacts District youth. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, “Career and Technical Education (CTE) Statistics, scholars who complete a bachelor’s degree have higher earnings, lower rates of unemployment and underemployment, lower rates of incarceration, and higher rates of civic engagement.

What are we going to have?


The event will feature live performances by Black Alley, P.R.O., & Dat Kid Wingz.


The event will be hosted by media and radio personality Nori Nori with sounds by DJ Drex.


P.R.O., formerly known as Pro’Verb, is a legendary lyricist, songwriter, and musical anomaly from PG County, Maryland, who’s opened for the likes of Nas, Meek Mill, 2 Chainz, Devin the Dude, and Logic. He’s been featured in Complex Magazine (“10 New DMV Rappers to Watch Out For”), Hip Hop Weekly, Washington City Paper, and the Washington Post.

He’s also graced the stage at events such as Rock the Bells, SXSW, Red Bull MC Challenge, and A3C.His last project, “While You’re Waiting,” garnered critical recognition from industry peers and fans alike. His newest project dropped this past summer and was highly anticipated after 10 years of growth, transcendence, and new perspective. P.R.O., which stands for “Preparation Reaches Opportunity,” has the audacity to believe that we as a people are greater than our greatest obstacles. This belief translates seamlessly throughout his music, imploring us to aim higher and dream bigger.

Dat Kid Wingz

Dat Kid Wingz is an upcoming artist in the District of Columbia. His love for music started at an early age. His record Overload won the KYS Versus battle hosted by media and radio personality Little Bacon Bear from 93.9 wkys

Target Audience

The target audience is young professionals between the ages of 30 to 45. The venue, Union Stage is located just off the water, in the District Wharf in the heart of the Nation’s Capital. Union Stage is an upscale venue offering guests superior services. The venue features 7,500 square feet and can accommodate up to 450 guests with three bars, and a world-class entertainment system.

Why do we need you?

The objective of this event is to provide an upscale dining experience for young professionals that are in the area, while also enabling them to support a good cause. Proceeds from this event will support All About Caring Project  AACP, a 501c3 non-profit in Washington DC.

The organization is dedicated to helping students in and around the District with ongoing support and services. These services help promote continuing education and provide an array of other wrap-around services while providing leadership opportunities, education, job-skills training, and scholarships. The funds will be used to support the organization’s mission. The event will develop community awareness around the importance and need for organizations such as AACP.

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