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Motown Philly back again with African American Museum's Karaoke Jam

The 'Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection' exhibit at the African American Museum marks its end with a Motown Karaoke Jam on Friday, August 16.

Motown Philly back again with African American Museum's Karaoke Jam

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The Come See About Me: The Mary Wilson Supremes Collection exhibit at the African American Museum marks its end with a Motown Karaoke Jam on Friday, August 16.

The exhibition, which officially closes on Sunday, August 18, showcases the beautifully ornate gowns worn by legendary Motown ensemble The Supremes. Come See About Me also includes vintage album covers, photographs and rare video footage that will truly take visitors back to the soulful era.

Don’t forget to dress up in your best diva gown or razor-sharp suit for the highly-anticipated karaoke night – Awards will be given to the best dressed singer and overall best performance of the evening.

DJ Casplash will be spinning classic jams on the decks throughout the evening to cap off the retro-themed party.

So be prepared to unleash your inner Gladys Knight or Marvin Gaye - this karaoke jam will be good for the soul.

Friday, August 16, 7 - 10 p.m.
African American Museum, 701 Arch St., Philadelphia, PA
Admission: $15; $10 for AAMP members
More info here
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