Culver City Juneteenth Event

City community to a Juneteenth celebration and resource fair on Saturday, June 17, from 11 AM to 2 PM at Ivy Station, 8840 National Boulevard, Culver City. Juneteenth celebrates the final emancipation and freedom of enslaved people of African descent in the United States.

With the collaboration of local artists, businesses, and organizations, Culver City's Juneteenth event brings a day of reflection, education, and celebration. This is a free, family-friendly event and will feature resources, market vendors, kids' activities and food trucks. Crystal Faith will be singing the Black National Anthem, DJ Monalisa Murray, The Unwrapped Band, the West African Drummers and Dancers and others are slated to perform during the festivities.

Parking is available under the Ivy Station Complex at 8840 National Boulevard. Consider taking the bus or using other mobility options to attend the event including the City's Circulator that connects to the Ivy Station, adjacent to the Culver City Expo Station! Both Culver CityBus lines 1 and 7 will also bring you to the festivities! Call 310-253-6500 or visit the Culver CityBus Website to plan your trip. The City's Next CCBus App provides real time bus locations, trip planning and bus occupancy levels. No parking is allowed in residential areas.


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