This year's JP Porchfest will not be like any other before it, as it's taking place over two days, at 33 different locations across Jamaica Plain
This year is Dunamis first year of organizing JP Porchfest, and this year has a focus on BIPOC musicians. There are three main porches being curated by JP Porchfest's community partners and featuring varied performers and musical styles:
Rogerson House, 434 Jamaicaway, community partners: Meraki Productions and CEI
Eliot School, 24 Eliot Street, community partners: Dorchester Art Project and Cultural Agora. Sam Adams Porch, 30 Germaina St, Community Partner: Urbano Project. There is something for everyone's musical tastes this year. On Saturday there will be two lively group performances at the Anna M Cole Community Center at the Mildred Hailey Apartments (10 Lamartine St.).