Juneteenth Family Festival: June 17th, 2023
110th & Longwood | Chicago IL
Fit, Fun, and Free!
The 4th annual Juneteenth Family Festival is on Saturday, June 17th, 2023 at 2017 W 110th Place, Chicago. This event is FREE to the public!
The first festival launched in 2019 as a small gathering in the Dan Ryan Woods but quickly expanded each year. Last year’s festival was a force on the South Side, with more than 2,000 attendees! As the festival grows in popularity, sponsorship, and attendance, this year’s event will be more significant and have more to offer the community. This year’s Juneteenth Family Festival will feature entertainment, activities, and shopping for every age group! Read below for a list of event highlights.
The DJ will keep you dancing and singing to your favorite soulful and popular hits! In addition, dancers, drummers, singers, and bands will grace the stage to feature local talent and entertain all in attendance!
This year’s festival will offer activities for all age groups, from sports, storytelling, and games for children to dance, drumming, and healing circles for adults. The festival will keep attendees busy and entertained!
The festival will feature many vendors selling interesting items, including Afrocentric retail, clothing, art, hand-made gifts, toys, jewelry, accessories, and more!
Health & Wellness
Attendees will have access to health education, vaccinations, dental exams, mental health resources, health screenings, health and fitness workshops, and more!
Attendees can purchase delicious food and sweet treats from some of Chicago’s best restaurant vendors and popular food trucks!
What Can YOU Do?
With the support of our sponsors, vendors, and volunteers, we will continue to grow and offer more to the community.
We invite you to get involved in the 4th Annual Juneteenth Family Festival on Saturday, June 17, 2023, from 11 am to 7 pm. Here is how you can support us:
Attend Festival 2023
Become a Sponsor
Become a Vendor
We look forward to seeing you on June 17, 2023!
This event is supported by a Chicago Presents grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events.