Come dance in the streets with Sunday Streets car-free route along The Western Addition’s main corridor, Fillmore Street.
During World War 2, the area became known as a hub for African American culture, spanning everything from literature to art and music, earning it the nickname ‘the Harlem of the West.’
Today, Sunday Streets celebrates local establishments, like music venue the Boom Boom Room, after-school hangout Miyako Old Fashioned Ice Cream for deli lunches, and the African American Art & Culture Complex for gallery exhibits, theater performances and classes.
The Fillmore corridor enjoys a high level of foot traffic and diverse population, along with plenty of public transit options. Sunday Streets loves working with the Western Addition community, especially providing support and activation for small businesses.