St. HOPE presents the 2nd annual Juneteenth Block Party at 40 Acres on Saturday, June 18 from 4pm-9pm. Join us for FREE activities for the entire family.
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The 40 Acres Art and Cultural Center in Oak Park is a cultural cornerstone in Sacramento and perfect location to celebrate the nationally celebrated Juneteenth holiday. Come on out as we shut down Third Avenue and 35th Streets for a neighborhood block party!
Bring your own lawn chair to enjoy the full lineup of music, art and entertainment taking place on the main stage, or walk around to support local black owned street and food vendors, and take your kids to the designated kids zone for some fun interactive activities!
Headlining this year’s event are two outstanding groups including the return of the James Brown who stole the show last year and Sacramento’s introduction of the Curtis Family who was recently featured on America’s Got Talent.
Additional entertainment includes Capoeira Angola, Brazilian Drumming, Gospel Choirs and praise teams, a kids dance workshop, an electric vehicle showcase, health zone, wine and beer garden and more! Take a look at the complete lineup below.
Welcome – Event Emcee, Dru Burks
Capoeira Angola and Brazilian Drumming
Gospel Hour featuring St. Paul Praise Dancers and Praise and Worship Team and
Sacramento Christian Center Praise Team
Sac High Cheerleaders
Studio T Urban Dance Academy
COA Elite Dance
World Class Faders Barber War Competition
Spoken Word by KariJay
“Remembering James” – The Life and Music of James Brown Show
“The Curtis Family” Music Performance
Taking it home with DJ Supe
Hope to see you there!