Art All Night in Congress Heights hosted by destination Congress Heights supported by the Dept. of Small & Local Business Development, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, and Mayor Muriel Bowser. This event aims to provide avant-garde experiences through creative arts and culture activations for all the tourist and residents who visit our 8-block main street business corridor. In 2018, Art All Night: Soul of the City attracted over 11,000 people to the Main Street Corridor which exceeded all expectations in comparison to previous years. This festival attracts people from all walks of life to the business Corridor which leads to increase in foot traffic and revenues for our 65 plus main street businesses and 150 creative cottage popup vendors.
We are seeking community minded sponsors (individuals and businesses) who believe in community improvements, revitalization, smart investments and strong relationship building with an opportunity to interact with potential customers and increase brand recognition. Your affiliation with our celebration will compliment your established reputation of excellence in the community. Given the importance of this festival, we ask that you make a sponsorship commitment on behalf of your organization. Your support will aid in offsetting the expenditures associated with the celebration, as well as help to sponsor vendors, media, and assist in the promotion of black businesses on our main street corridor. Check in at Old Congress Heights School – 3100 Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE, Washington, DC 20032 on September 14, 2019 for a fruitful experience. Learn more about Art All Night Made In DC and Art All Night: Soul of the City. (Please Click Here)