3/18/24, 9PM At Ziegfeld Ballroom

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The Bronx Museum Emerging Patrons invite you to join them at the Museum’s 2024 Gala “Boogie Down” After Party on March 18 at 9PM at Ziegfeld Ballroom.

DJ Ethan Tomas—whose remix of Missy Elliot’s “Work It” is an international viral sensation—will be playing the After Party set! Take a break from dancing to sip drinks from the open bar and indulge in some delicious desserts.

The After Party caps off The Bronx Museum’s 2024 Gala & Art Auction honoring artist Sanford Biggers, jazz singer Samara Joy, and corporate philanthropist Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation.

The 2024 Auction features work by some of the most important artists working today including Angel Otero and Hank Willis Thomas.

All proceeds from the 2024 Gala, Art Auction, & After Party directly support The Bronx Museum’s vital mission to make the arts accessible and engaging for people from all walks of life.

2024 Gala & Art Auction
Monday, March 18    9pm

DJ Ethan Tomas

Ethan Tomas, a Ghanaian-American DJ and producer based in New York, has made waves with his innovative Amapiano remix of Missy Elliott’s “Work It,” capturing worldwide attention and sparking a new viral dance craze. His unique blend of sounds has earned him recognition on international stages—most recently, performing for over 20,000 attendees at the Afrofuture Music Festival in Ghana.

Raised between Ghana and the United States, Ethan‘s music reflects a deep appreciation for the cultural depths of both nations. His mixes and productions span genres like Afrobeats, Amapiano, Dancehall, Soca, R&B, and Hip-Hop, showcasing the diverse richness of the African diaspora.

Ethan also founded GINJA, a New York-based event that celebrates Afro-inspired music and culture. Through his work and GINJA, Ethan Tomas is a vibrant force in the music scene, connecting audiences around the globe with his compelling soundscapes.

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