Imani Works is a nonprofit human rights advocacy group located in Nasons. They welcome you and your entire family to join them for The Thang: The Affrolachian On-Time Music Gathering, an outdoor cultural event that celebrates Black string band musicians, Appalachian music, and our allies of all genres. Because two of your 30 basic human rights are: the right to culture, and the right to play.

This in-person and virtual music festival will run from 6PM-8PM each evening Wednesday, September 22nd through Friday, September 24th. You can watch online or attend in person at their farm location at 19362 Constitution Hwy in Nasons just east of Orange, near the municipal airport.

All proceed for the event go to Imani Works’ Musicians Mutual Aid Fund.

You can find more information, along with the virtual watch link on their website.