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Sundae Sermon brings Harlem out to dance at St. Nicholas Park

Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Sundae Sermon returned to Harlem's St. Nicholas Park on Aug. 12, 2018, with a lineup of DJs spinning disco, funk, old-school hip-hop and Afro house tunes. This year's event was in tribute to women.

Early arrivals grab the best spots for the
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Early arrivals grab the best spots for the Sundae Sermon.

Music by DJ Cosi gets people dancing.
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Music by DJ Cosi gets people dancing.

Brielle Roberts, 7, of Harlem learns some new
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Brielle Roberts, 7, of Harlem learns some new dance steps.

A colorfully dressed woman dances to music by
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

A colorfully dressed woman dances to music by DJ Cosi.

Festival attendees enjoy picnicking on the lawn.
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Festival attendees enjoy picnicking on the lawn.

A man dances to music by DJ Stormin
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

A man dances to music by DJ Stormin Norman.

Maya Zanchini, right, visiting from Rome, Italy, shows
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Maya Zanchini, right, visiting from Rome, Italy, shows off her dance moves with her mom.

DJ Stormin Norman spins tunes.
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

DJ Stormin Norman spins tunes.

A woman plays the tambourine to DJ Stormin
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

A woman plays the tambourine to DJ Stormin Norman's tunes.

Music by DJ Stormin Norman gets people dancing.
Photo Credit: Jeff Bachner

Music by DJ Stormin Norman gets people dancing.

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