Fifth Annual Crooks Second Line Set to Party and March Down Duval Street
On Sunday, January 26th, the fifth annual Crooks Second Line party and procession is set to celebrate the lives of musicians, community leaders, and friends loved and lost with a three-tiered event that begins with a Hog’s Breath Saloon parking lot party at noon, a parade down Duval led by Grand Marshal Bill Blue at 2:00pm, and a Jazz Jam tribute at The Green Parrot from 3:00pm to 6:00pm.
Processional participants can have an 18"x24" photo placard of a loved one made up to carry in the parade and a photo and a bio posted to the Crooks Second Line website (CrooksSecondLineKW.com) for a $100 donation to Bahama Village Music Program. Past participants are welcome to bring their placards of loved ones and join in the parade. Marching in the parade is free and open to all.
The original procession and party honored world-class drummer Richard Crooks, who was sent off in style with a traditional New Orleans second line procession attended by hundreds of family, friends, and fans. Placard proceeds support the Richard Crooks' scholarship fund and the Nancy R. Robinson scholarship fund, which send two Bahama Village Music Program students to the prestigious Berklee College of Music's 5-week Summer Performance program. For more information or to make a donation, call 305.504.7664 or email email@example.com. Celebrating 20 years of free music education. It takes a village.
Event: Crooks Second Line Party & Procession
Date: January 26, 2020
Hog’s Breath, Duval Street, The Green Parrot
Contact: Katchen Duncan, Bahama Village Music Program Executive Director
305-504-7664 or firstname.lastname@example.org