Juneteenth celebrates the abolishment of slavery, and Tulsa’s Juneteenth celebrations celebrate heritage through a weekend full of art, music, and culture. Below are some of the weekend’s highlights. See the full schedule on Tulsa Juneteenth’s Facebook page.
Examining Change: A Photographic Look at North Tulsa | Living Arts | 1–9 p.m.
Comedy Show | Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame | 8 p.m.
Movie in the Park: “Hidden Figures” | Guthrie Green | 8:30 p.m.
Concert w/ FuZed, Darell Christopher and the Ingredients, Robert Banks and Positive Productions Band, Toni Estes, TeaRush, Written Quincey & The Prancing Pearls of Excellence, hosted by Velly Vel and Star Lyte | Greenwood | 6 p.m.
John Hope Franklin Center for Reconciliation Walking Tours | 11 a.m.
Biker Boyz Expo Show | Greenwood Cultural Center | 11 a.m.
Concert tribute to Terence Crutcher w/ Branjae, Faye Moffett and Tammy Hamilton, Thaddeus and The Wise Men, Soul Cool Review, Steph Simon, Omaley B Bailey, and The Dance Junkies | 6 p.m.
Gospel Brunch | Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame | 12 p.m.
Biker Boyz Sunday Funday | Retro Bar & Grill | 4 p.m.
Father’s Day Concert | Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame | 5 p.m.
Juneteenth Commemoration Program | Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame | 6 p.m.
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