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THE EVENT.

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SAT. JUNE 19, 2021

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Hours
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6PM – 9PM
KIANGA ISOKE PALACIO PARK
951 W. LAKE MEAD BLVD.
LAS VEGAS, NV

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival. It began as a one-day art event and has grown to attract thousands of attendees each year. The 20th annual event will be a festival of music, art, dance, rhythm, and culture and will take place on June 19, 2021 at Kianga Isoke Palacio Park located at 951 W. Lake Mead Blvd.

This live outdoor event, brought to you by Rainbow Dreams Educational Foundation and co-hosted by Ward 5 City Councilman Cedric Crear, will be FREE to the general public and will feature delicious tastes of the city, amazing live performances by talented local artists as well as established entertainers, community speakers, a marketplace, workshops, and more.

NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PERMITTED

Absolutely NO alcoholic beverages will be permitted. Anyone found to be in possession of alcohol will be asked to exit the park by event staff.

NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES PERMITTED

NO outside food or beverages will be permitted out of respect for our many food vendors who will have food and beverage items available for purchase.

NO PETS PERMITTED INSIDE THE PARK

Out of respect for ALL festival attendees, there will be NO pets allowed in the park with the exception of registered SERVICE ANIMALS.

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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT

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EVENT.

SAT. JUNE 19, 2021

Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

KIANGA ISOKE PALACIO PARK | 951 W. LAKE MEAD BLVD. LAS VEGAS, NV | 6PM - 9PM

This year marks the 20th Anniversary of the Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival. It began as a one-day art event and has grown to attract thousands of attendees each year. The 20th annual event will be a festival of music, art, dance, rhythm, and culture and will take place on June 19, 2021 at Kianga Isoke Palacio Park located at 951 W. Lake Mead Blvd.

This live outdoor event, brought to you by Rainbow Dreams Educational Foundation and co-hosted by Ward 5 City Councilman Cedric Crear, will be FREE to the general public and will feature delicious tastes of the city, amazing live performances by talented local artists as well as established entertainers, community speakers, a marketplace, workshops, and more.

THE TEE YOU HAVE TO HAVE!

DON’T WAIT!
Pre-order the official 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth
“Motherland Tee”
TODAY!
While supplies last.

So that we may adhere to state mandated social distancing guidelines we are requesting attendees RSVP in advance. Thank you.

NO ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES PERMITTED

Absolutely NO alcoholic beverages will be permitted. Anyone found to be in possession of alcohol will be asked to exit the park by event staff.

NO OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES PERMITTED

NO outside food or beverages will be permitted out of respect for our many food vendors who will have food and beverage items available for purchase.

NO PETS PERMITTED INSIDE THE PARK

Out of respect for ALL attendees, NO pets will be allowed in the park with the exception of registered SERVICE ANIMALS.

Help us make Juneteenth a memorable event by sharing this page to your social media:

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
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FEATURED ENTERTAINMENT

In-A-Fect

n-A-Fect is a multi talented five piece unit with a universal sound & sizzling harmonies. The band hits you with Pop, Rock, R&B Classics, Hip-Hop, Old School Funk & a touch of Motown. Each show they perform is electrifying, mesmerizing and a whole lot of fun! Consistently voted best R&B band in Las Vegas!

Block Party

BLOCK PARTY Has performed all over the west coast area Leaving audiences on there feet with continuous encore standing ovations. The group is High Energy Doing major events along with wardrobe changes, Playing all of your favorite Classics…The hottest new school dance, Motown, and your favorite Old Skool Classics HITS!

The Next Movement

The Next Movement is a Chicago R&B vocal group that was formed in the ’70s on the city’s south side. As young kids, they idolized the popular harmony groups of the ’60s and ’70s such as the Temptations, Jackson 5, Dramatics, The Dells and the Chi-Lites. The group decided on the name “Next Movement” because their dance moves were so smooth they were always asked “what’s the next move?”

Victoria Jones

Victoria Jones is the motivated driving force behind tap dance in the Las Vegas Community. She founded Sound Steps Dance Company, a local dance organization offering training classes, performances, and educational/outreach programs spotlighting percussion dance disciplines. Sound Steps also produces two major dance festivals a year: Las Vegas Tap Fest in May and Rhythm X Project in September.

More to be announced...

In-A-Fect

In-A-Fect is a multi talented five piece unit with a universal sound & sizzling harmonies. The band hits you with Pop, Rock, R&B Classics, Hip-Hop, Old School Funk & a touch of Motown. Each show they perform is electrifying, mesmerizing and a whole lot of fun! Consistently voted best R&B band in Las Vegas!

Block Party

BLOCK PARTY Has performed all over the west coast area Leaving audiences on there feet with continuous encore standing ovations. The group is High Energy Doing major events along with wardrobe changes, Playing all of your favorite Classics…

The Next Movement

The Next Movement is a Chicago R&B vocal group that was formed in the ’70s on the city’s south side. As young kids, they idolized the popular harmony groups of the ’60s and ’70s such as the Temptations, Jackson 5, Dramatics, The Dells and the Chi-Lites. The group decided on the name “Next Movement” because their dance moves were so smooth they were always asked “what’s the next move?”

Victoria Jones

Victoria Jones is the motivated driving force behind tap dance in the Las Vegas Community. She founded Sound Steps Dance Company, a local dance organization offering training classes, performances, and educational/outreach programs spotlighting percussion dance disciplines. Sound Steps also produces two major dance festivals a year: Las Vegas Tap Fest in May and Rhythm X Project in September.

More to be announced...

THE TEE YOU HAVE TO HAVE!

DON’T WAIT!
Pre-order the official 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth
“Motherland Tee”
TODAY!
While supplies last.

So that we may adhere to state mandated social distancing guidelines we are requesting attendees RSVP in advance. Thank you.

In-A-Fect

In-A-Fect is a multi talented five piece unit with a universal sound & sizzling harmonies. The band hits you with Pop, Rock, R&B Classics, Hip-Hop, Old School Funk & a touch of Motown. Each show they perform is electrifying, mesmerizing and a whole lot of fun! Consistently voted best R&B band in Las Vegas!

The Next Movement

The Next Movement is a Chicago R&B vocal group that was formed in the ’70s on the city’s south side. As young kids, they idolized the popular harmony groups of the ’60s and ’70s such as the Temptations, Jackson 5, Dramatics, The Dells and the Chi-Lites. The group decided on the name “Next Movement” because their dance moves were so smooth they were always asked “what’s the next move?”

Block Party

BLOCK PARTY Has performed all over the west coast area Leaving audiences on there feet with continuous encore standing ovations. The group is High Energy Doing major events along with wardrobe changes, Playing all of your favorite Classics…The hottest new school dance, Motown, and your favorite Old Skool Classics HITS!

Victoria Jones

Victoria Jones is the motivated driving force behind tap dance in the Las Vegas Community. She founded Sound Steps Dance Company, a local dance organization offering training classes, performances, and educational/outreach programs spotlighting percussion dance disciplines. Sound Steps also produces two major dance festivals a year: Las Vegas Tap Fest in May and Rhythm X Project in September.

More to be announced...

THE TEE YOU HAVE TO HAVE!

DON’T WAIT!
Pre-order the official 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth
“Motherland Tee”
TODAY!
While supplies last.

So that we may adhere to state mandated social distancing guidelines we are requesting attendees RSVP in advance. Thank you.

Performers Wanted!

The 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival offers select local up and coming artists and performers our stage as a platform to showcase their talent and entertain our attendees. We ask only that your material and performance be positive, uplifting, and most of all family friendly in nature.

Performers Wanted!

The 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival offers select local up and coming artists and performers our stage as a platform to showcase their talent and entertain our attendees. We ask only that your material and performance be positive, uplifting, and most of all family friendly in nature.

Food Truck Vendor?

Do you operate a mobile food business and have experience catering to outdoor events? The 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival currently seeks mobile food vendors to cater to over a thousand attendees that are projected to attend this year’s event.

Food Truck Vendor?

Do you operate a mobile food business and have experience catering to outdoor events? The 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth Festival currently seeks mobile food vendors to cater to over a thousand attendees that are projected to attend this year’s event.

The Tee You Have To Have!

The “Motherland Tee” is the event keepsake you HAVE to have! This commemorative tee is the embodiment of black male & female pride and accentuates our people’s ties to the MOTHERLAND by showcasing the African continent in all of its glory. Get yours and one or two for a friend or family member while supplies last!

The Tee You Have To Have!

The “Motherland Tee” is the event keepsake you HAVE to have! This commemorative tee is the embodiment of black male & female pride and accentuates our people’s ties to the MOTHERLAND by showcasing the African continent in all of its glory. Get yours and one or two for a friend or family member while supplies last!

Want to Volunteer?

Would you like to volunteer your time to help us make this an amazing and memorable event? If so we are currently seeking Festival, Event, Talent, & Vendor Ambassadors. Click button below for more details and to apply today.

Want to Volunteer?

Would you like to volunteer your time to help us make this an amazing and memorable event? If so we are currently seeking Festival, Event, Talent, & Vendor Ambassadors. Click button below for more details and to apply today.

THE

EXPERIENCE.

Imagine strolling along, eyes closed, breathing in the night air and hearing the soft sounds of a steel drum. The Caribbean bop then becomes a drum beat with a West African flair. The cadence gently becomes a syncopated conga with an afro Cuban swing. You take in a deep breath of fragrant spices and flavors waiting to be savored. You gently squeeze your child’s hand as you walk through the gates and into Juneteenth.

Juneteenth is the embodiment of a transformation of hobby into art, tradition into culture, freedom songs into jazz. It conjures up a culture rich in American traditions and values as well as global influences. It is a festival of families coming together to celebrate achievement, education, commerce, art, health and wellness, and, of course, to feed your soul. Take a journey through Juneteenth.

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THE JOURNEY

Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas, to deliver the message that the last American slaves were now free. This announcement resulted in days of celebration. The end of slavery freed all Americans, not just the slaves but also the slave masters, from the shackles of slavery. Freedom is now afforded to all who come to the United States and we can attribute the decree of General Order No. 3 with the emancipation.

General Order No. 3 reads:

The people are informed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property, between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them, become that between employer and hired labor.

Juneteenth is an American cultural celebration. American culture and music is imbued with the influences of many cultures that have settled in the United States. Those global elements have influenced food, art, history and music. Juneteenth is a celebration of the contributions of the diverse African traditions that enrich American culture.

FREE AT LAST!

Juneteenth commemorates June 19, 1865, when Union General Gordon Granger rode into Galveston, Texas, to deliver the message that the last American slaves were now free. This announcement resulted in days of celebration. The end of slavery freed all Americans, not just the slaves but also the slave masters, from the shackles of slavery. Freedom is now afforded to all who come to the United States and we can attribute the decree of General Order No. 3 with the emancipation.

General Order No. 3 reads:

The people are informed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of personal rights and rights of property, between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them, become that between employer and hired labor.

Juneteenth is an American cultural celebration. American culture and music is imbued with the influences of many cultures that have settled in the United States. Those global elements have influenced food, art, history and music. Juneteenth is a celebration of the contributions of the diverse African traditions that enrich American culture.

FREE AT LAST!

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We are very excited to announce we are now accepting vendor applications for our 20th Annual Las Vegas Juneteenth celebration, on a first come first served basis, This year’s event will take place on Saturday, June 19th 2021 at Kianga Isoke Palacio Park in the heart of Las Vegas’ Historic Westside.

All vendors must review Rules and Regulations prior to submitting your application as you will be responsible for compliance with all terms and conditions contained therein.

*Application submission deadline is May 31st, 2021.
*Please be advised that limited spaces are available.

Continued gratitude to our corporate & community partners.

WE ARE 
FAMILY
ONE
BLACK
PROUD
JUNETEENTH!

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