IMPORTANT DATES

Starting 6/15

Stay Black and Live - The Stream

All Day

This year’s livestream will be aired on multiple platforms and feature musical performances by J. Millz, Shelbi Mitchell, Billy Blunt, Charmin Greene, and Antonio Dionisio. The program will also include a conversation with Austin-based scholars about contemporary liberation practices and the legacy of Juneteenth.

Virtual 

Saturday, 6/11

12:00 pm -

1:00 pm

Rainbow on the Creek

Six Square and CarverMuseumATX  share a sneak peek of Stay Black & Live 2022 Livestream and special performance by Ms. Mack & The Daddies.

Waterloo

Greenway 

Saturday, 6/18

Juneteenth Central Texas Parade

10:00 am -

12:00 pm

This year the Museum and Six Square will participate in the parade organized

by Greater East Austin Youth Association (G.E.A.Y.A.). We will be passing out water, stickers/buttons, candy, and more to parade observers.

Saturday, 6/18

Stay Black & Live – Community Kickback

11:00 am -

4:00 pm

This family friend event will feature a Black makers market, games, museum tours, genealogy workshops, quilt making, community garden tour, and free food, and fund for all ages.

The Carver Museum

& Cultural Center

Saturday, 6/18

Soul Food Truck Festival

11:00 am -

7:00 pm

Soul Food Truck Fest (#SFTF) will season up the state’s traditional festival lineup on Saturday,  June 18, 2022. Texas Black-owned food trucks will converge on the campus of Huston-Tillotson in the heart of East Austin in a celebration of African-American food, community, culture and heritage.

Huston-Tillotson University hosted by Austin Revitalization Authority

Saturday, 6/18

12:00 pm -

1:00 pm

Juneteenth Park Festival 

Every year GEAYA hosts a Juneteenth festival at Rosewood and Boggy Creek Park that features live entertainment, vendors, food, and fireworks @ 9:30 pm.

Rosewood & Boggy Creek Park hosted by G.E.A.Y.A

Sunday, 6/19

Stay Black & Live – The Festival

12:00 pm -

6:00 pm

On Sunday, June 19th from Noon - 9pm, SB&L will turn-up the volume with a day long mini-music festival hosted by Riders Against the Storm. Our line-up includes: Ivy Rootz, Charmin Greene, Mama Duke, WC Clark, Stretch Musik, Cha'keeta B, Teeta, DJ Eli Arbor, DJ Bad Apple, and Quentin and the Past Lives. Join us on the freedom lawn from noon til dusk and enjoy delicious food served up by some of Austin's best Black-owned food trucks.

The Carver Museum

 & Cultural Center