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Sweet Spot Festival in Harlem at the Sugar Hill Greenmarket and Sugar Hill Museum

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Partnering with Grow NYC and the Sugar Hill Museum, the Sweet Spot Festival presents POP + SHOP this coming Saturday, June 18th from 10AM-5PM. This event celebrates the opening day of the Sugar Hill GreenMarket season, and will feature farmers with fresh produce, craft, food and vintage vendors, and Museum-led art-making for the kids at

Sweet Spot Festival Jamaican Indepen-DANCE!


Ring The Alarm!!! Your favorite sound is playin!!

Celebrate all things Caribbean at The Sweet Spot Festival


Pack your picnic blanket, cooler & solo cups & join us for Jamaican Indepen-DANCE

Featuring music by resident Herbert Holler & NYC Champion Sound RICE &PEAS: DJ Gravy, Max Glazer, Orijahnal Vibez & Micro Don

The Sweet Spot Pop-Up Market returns with an array of food, vintage and craft vendors.

Performance by Nardo Ranks
Free Dance Hall Moves session by Tanisha Scott
Plus Free kids art workshops by The Laundromat Project

This celebration of life is made possible by LMCC, & Presented by Summer on the Hudson in partnership with NYC Parks and Riverside Park Conservancy #SOH #SweetSpotFestival #WHPP

Sweet Spot Festival Sunday, May 25th at the West Harlem Pier!

Sweet Spot Festival is back!  Sunday, May 25th this holiday weekend there is something for everyone check out the vendors and great music line-up on the photo below.  You can also see more on there website as well as upcoming events sweetspotfestival.com

West Harlem Pier is located at 125th Street and West Side, just opposite of the Fairway.   Be sure to stop by and check it out this Sunday from 2-9pm.  See you there!


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Sweet Spot Festival Finale A Huge Success


We attended the season finale of the Sweet Spot Festival at Pier I on 70th st. The music was pumpin’, folks were dancin’ and Kevin Hedge ended the night pumpin’ the the beats and rockin’ the house.

This event epitomizes why we live and love New York City.  There is no place like it.  Period.

We look forward to next Summer’s events including those taking place in Harlem.


On our way.


Rockin’ the house.

Up close and personal – with our friend CC who did a great job with the event and who is involved with the very important Black Girls Rock.


On our way out – the view East from the pier.