Celebrate Juneteenth and Father’s Day at this one-day cultural music and dance festival!
June 19th 12PM – 5PM | Click here for more info
June 19, 2022 is the one year mark of Juneteenth as a federal holiday signed into legislation by President Joe Biden.
To commemorate this occasion and to reflect on the history of Juneteenth, Community Build, Inc., and the African American Heritage Month Legacy Project is presenting a community event featuring music from Dwight Trible, The Fernando Pullum Youth Jazz orchestra and special guests to be announced. The event is free with an online registration for the first 300 persons to include a barbeque style lunch catered by Chef Marilyn.
The Juneteenth event will feature a world premiere dance choreographed by the Lula Washington Dance Theater performed to the composition of “Pages From Negro History” by William Grant Still and narrated by Dale Madison.
The performance and dinner are FREE and open to the public, however RSVPs are required. Donations are appreciated.
• This festival is in-person and outdoors
• Space is limited. RSVP is required for dinner and seating
• RSVPs will be held until 3:00 P.M., after which they will be released
• Attendees must wear a mask during the performance
• Attendees must show proof of vaccination or have a Negative COVID test result from within 72 hours
• On-street parking is available
Send inquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sponsorship for this event comes from the Department of Cultural Affairs, the office of Curren Price, Council District 9 and the office of Los Angeles City Council President Emeritus Herb Wesson, Council District 10.