Oakland First Fridays Juneteenth ’23

Poster for Oakland First Fridays JuneteenthJoin Oakland First Fridays Juneteenth 23 on June 2nd, also known as National Freedom Day, commemorating the end of slavery in the United States. Join us in the celebration of freedom and inclusion through the expressions of art, music, dance, and more!

Oakland First Fridays is Oakland’s nonprofit signature monthly celebration of arts, culture, food, and community. It happens on the first Friday of the month and draws up to 30 thousand people from Oakland and the surrounding areas to celebrate our unique community.

It is a free event open to people of all ages, and they keep vendor fees low in order to create opportunities and reduce barriers to entry for Oakland’s small businesses and artistic entrepreneurs. Monthly themes focus on the communities of Oakland including LGBTQ Pride, Black Love, Latin Pride, Youth, Women, and many more.

And, on the first Friday of every month, Oakland Art Murmur hosts an evening art walk featuring arts and mixed-use venues collectively open to the public.

Oakland  First Fridays Juneteenth 23 Celebration
Friday, June 2nd from 5 to 9 PM
Along Telegraph Avenue from 22nd to 27th
In Downtown Oakland

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