Dress in your costumes, regal attire, let us paint your face with cultural art and designs and take photos with us to celebrate the opening weekend of Marvel's Black Panther movie.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering Arts and Math) activities will be held on Monday, February 19, 2018, from 11 am — 5 pm at 250 Georgia Avenue, Atlanta, GA.
Register today and enjoy educational activities such as yoga, dancing, jewelry making, soap making, affirmation empowerment, financial education and more with Baba Yoga Bey, Kendrick Love Dance Company, Ric Mathis, Haziq Ali and other Master Teachers to be announced soon.
We invite local schools, churches, home-school programs, veterans, robotics teams and other organizations to enjoy the week with us.
Chef Levy will prepare some of his award-winning food and drinks with vegan options!
Freeze Cream will offer ice cream with vegan options too! freezecreamusa.com
Metro Fun Center has offered passes to let the entire family enjoy great music, bounce houses, arcade games, bowling, skating, laser tag, billiards, food, drinks, and photos with our backdrops. A choice of one free activity to be used Sunday — Thursday only.
(Sold Out) Seating reserved for guests who paid $25 for tickets only. Pre-Screening is on Thursday, February 15, 2018, at Regal Cinemas (Atlantic Station) located at 261 19th Street NW Atlanta, GA at 7:00 pm. Seating starts at 6 pm. One free activity to Metro Fun Center for every ticket purchased. *Can be used Sunday — Thursday. Visit MetroFunCenter.com for hours of operation for each activity.
Dr. Jean Bonhomme, MD (Faculty of Morehouse) and Baba “Yoga” Bey lead the non-profit, 501c3 organization which started in June of 1987 to address the serious health concerns facing the African-American Community and African-American males in particular.
Contact us for any questions for partnerships/sponsorship.
Register for our events: eventbrite.com/e/atlanta-black-panther-movie-festival-tickets-40046372779