Mayor Bowser to Kick Off Jazz in Bloom and Highlight Strategies to “Bring the People” to Downtown DC
(Washington, DC) – On Wednesday, April 12 at 11 am, Mayor Muriel Bowser, the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development, DC Government agencies, and community partners will highlight current efforts to bring more people to Downtown DC.
DC’s Comeback Plan outlines a three-pronged approach to the transformation and revitalization of downtown: fill the space, change the space, and bring the people. Wednesday’s event marks the kickoff of Jazz in Bloom, a series of concerts organized by the Office of Cable TV Film Music and Entertainment at Union Station, highlighting the importance of the transit hub as the portal to downtown DC.
Throughout the week, the Mayor is highlighting how investments in her Fiscal Year 2024 Fair Shot budget proposal support DC’s comeback through investments in housing and bringing back downtown.
To learn more about Mayor Bowser’s FY24 Budget, visit budget.dc.gov.
Wednesday, April 12 at 11 am
Mayor Muriel Bowser
Kenyan McDuffie, At-Large Councilmember
Keith Anderson, Interim Deputy Mayor for Planning and Economic Development
Doug Carr, President & CEO, Union Station Redevelopment Corporation
LaToya Foster, Director, Office of Cable TV Film Music & Entertainment
Anita Cozart, Director, Office of Planning
Elliot Ferguson, President & CEO, Destination DC
Dr. Angie Gates, President & CEO, Events DC
Angela Stribling, Jazz Artist & Radio Personality
Union Station, Main Hall
50 Massachusetts Ave NE
*Closest Metro Station: Union Station Metro*
*Closest Bikeshare Station: Union Station*
Press interested in attending the event are asked to RSVP to [email protected].
The DC Office of Cable Television, Film, Music, and Entertainment will provide a live feed of this event. To view the event, visit mayor.dc.gov/live, tune in on Channel 16 (DCN) or watch on Mayor Bowser’s Facebook or Twitter.