Juneteenth Guide 2022

Thanks to the Black Bay Area for this list!

San Jose

Thursday June 16th – Enso’s

Friday June 17th – Education before the Celebration


Saturday, June 18th we celebrate the 10th annual PanAfrican Wellness Fest, a full day dedicated to holistic wellness. Partnering with the Bay’s best wellness providers, we provide meditation, mental health, yoga, Tai Chi, self-defense, spoken word, silent party by the Sound Tasting crew, interactive art installations, a youth zone, keynote speakers, Black excellence awards, vendors, and more! Event time is 11am-8pm

Sunday, June 19th we turn up at the 10th annual Fam Bam. Fam Bam X – Juneteenth Edition is a full-day celebration promoting family, community, culture, and love. We party to the Bay’s best DJs with Cabana service*, inspirational art pieces, a youth zone, vendors, a Black Father’s Day tribute, and more. Event time is 12pm-8pm


Sunday June 19th,

35th Annual Berkeley Juneteenth Festival.
Adeline St and Alcatraz Ave, Berkeley
Held annually since 1986, Berkeley’s festival is the longest running Juneteenth event in Northern California. Held in South Berkeley’s Alcatraz-Adeline Corridor, the free and public festival will include an art exhibit, community resources, drumming, arts and crafts, food vendors, marching bands, and two entertainment stages from 11 am–7 pm.

San Francisco

Fillmore St. @ Geary to Fulton – Saturday June 18th
Thousands will be in attendance to commemorate Juneteenth in San Francisco’s historic Fillmore District. The Freedom Celebration will span eight city blocks featuring dozens of retail and food vendors, free carnival rides and games, free block party and music concert plus much more.
Spearheaded by the Juneteenth SF Freedom Organization, and with the support of community leaders including Mayor London Breed and Dream Keeper, Executive Director, Dr. Sheryl Davis, the nonprofit event aims to reignite San Francisco’s 72 year long history of celebrating black freedom, culture and resilience.
The Freedom Celebration boasts loads of attractions for residents and visitors of all ages with six sprawling districts of free, family entertainment.

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