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Jim Austin Online is jazzed will present the Juneteenth Live Streaming Music Festival, a two-day concert event. Performers will include Fat Daddy, AHOYNZ featuring Kenya C., Holland K. Smith, Sheran Keyton & The Joe Rogers Trio, the Sherna Armstrong Band, Linny Nance & The Trio, Rob Holbert, Faces the Band, Marion Meadows, Fingerprints, Taylor Pace, and Joseph Vincelli.

There will be limited VIP seating at the venue seating in accordance with COVID-19 social gathering and distancing protocols. The festival will also be live-streamed on YouTube.

There will also be a Virtual Black Film Festival on June 18.

Proceeds will benefit the United Way of Tarrant County COVID-19 Fund, the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, and The Artist Outreach.

Jim Austin Online is jazzed will present the Juneteenth Live Streaming Music Festival, a two-day concert event. Performers will include Fat Daddy, AHOYNZ featuring Kenya C., Holland K. Smith, Sheran Keyton & The Joe Rogers Trio, the Sherna Armstrong Band, Linny Nance & The Trio, Rob Holbert, Faces the Band, Marion Meadows, Fingerprints, Taylor Pace, and Joseph Vincelli.

There will be limited VIP seating at the venue seating in accordance with COVID-19 social gathering and distancing protocols. The festival will also be live-streamed on YouTube.

There will also be a Virtual Black Film Festival on June 18.

Proceeds will benefit the United Way of Tarrant County COVID-19 Fund, the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, and The Artist Outreach.

Jim Austin Online is jazzed will present the Juneteenth Live Streaming Music Festival, a two-day concert event. Performers will include Fat Daddy, AHOYNZ featuring Kenya C., Holland K. Smith, Sheran Keyton & The Joe Rogers Trio, the Sherna Armstrong Band, Linny Nance & The Trio, Rob Holbert, Faces the Band, Marion Meadows, Fingerprints, Taylor Pace, and Joseph Vincelli.

There will be limited VIP seating at the venue seating in accordance with COVID-19 social gathering and distancing protocols. The festival will also be live-streamed on YouTube.

There will also be a Virtual Black Film Festival on June 18.

Proceeds will benefit the United Way of Tarrant County COVID-19 Fund, the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum, and The Artist Outreach.

WHEN

WHERE

The Warehouse on Berry
1125 E. Berry St.
Fort Worth, TX 76110
http://jimaustinonline.com/juneteenthfestival/

TICKET INFO

$45 for in-person tickets; $10 for live-streaming access.
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