MLK Black History Month

Press Enter to show all options, press Tab go to next option

2018 MLK Old School Music Celebration Flyer Click here to purchase tickets.

Click here to find information on becoming a sponsor (.pdf format).

This year, the City of Lauderhill and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Taskforce Committee celebrate the 18th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Black History Month event, the MLK Old School Music Celebration.

The City of Lauderhill and The MLK Taskforce are bringing you one unforgettable night of legendary entertainment with The 2018 Old School Music Celebration featuring The Deele, Howard Hewett and Midnight Star – and featuring Special Guests The Old Skool Gang!


Don’t miss international, multiplatinum recording act, The Deele, take the LPAC stage to bring you your favorite Deele hits, as well as hits they had a hand in making! Featuring hits like “Body Talk,” “Just My Luck,” “Material Thangz,” “Two Occasions” and more!


The former lead vocalist of the R&B group, Shalamar, – and one of the world’s most gifted vocalists – Howard Hewett is bringing his awe-inspiring talent to the LPAC! Featuring hits like “The Second Time Around,” “A Night to Remember,” and more!


Midnight Star quickly earned a reputation as world-renowned songwriters, producers, and entertainers, turning out streams of top 10 and No. 1 hits. And now, they’re back and ready to give the LPAC audience a performance of a lifetime! Featuring hits like “Freak-a-Zoid,” “Slow Jam,” “Operator,” “Midas Touch” and more!

Special Guests, THE OLD SKOOL GANG

Don’t miss The Old Skool Gang, a popular performance group that performs the top songs of the 60’s, 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s to perfection!

The night always creates an evening of unity, inspiration and empowerment celebrating Dr. King’s dream and accomplishments.

Visit our MLK Photo Galleries
2017 Photo Gallery: Michael Baisden
2016 Photo Gallery: Judge Mablean Ephriam, Esq.
2015 Photo Gallery: Dr. Bernice King
2014 Photo Gallery: Lee Daniels
2013 Photo Gallery: Shirley Sherrod
2012 Photo Gallery: Ed Gordon
2011 photo Gallery: Julian Bond

All proceeds from the MLK Black History Month event benefits the MLK Scholarship Fund for college bound high school students who apply and are eligible.