SECOND ANNUAL JUNETEENTH FREEDOM FEST – PENINSULA

Darling Stadium 4111 Victoria Boulevard, Hampton, VA, United States

Celebrate Healthcare’s Second Annual Juneteenth Freedom Fest - Peninsula is back for another exciting Juneteenth event. Guests can enjoy this free festival that will include worship service, cultural arts and entertainment, a job and community resource fair, a book author’s corner and so much more. Special guest entertainment will include Washington D.C. go-go band EU... View Article

Free

African American Heritage Festival

Mill Point Park 100 Eaton Street, Hampton, VA, United States

This popular festival returns to Mill Point Park celebrating Hampton’s rich African American history and featuring over 60 arts and crafts and food vendors, live entertainment, and a children’s area. It’s the same weekend of the Hampton Jazz Festival. Free admission. Sponsored by Project 1619 Inc. and Newport News Shipbuilding.

$25 – $45

Hampton Jazz Festival

The popular music festival is back after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This year's jazz fest will be from June 23 - 25, 2023. Confirmed artists include: Friday, June 23, 7:30 p.m. Anthony Hamilton Trombone Shorty Stephanie Mills Jonathan Butler Saturday, June 24, 7 p.m. Charlie Wilson Chris Botti Avery Sunshine The... View Article

$75 – $100

757 Extravaganza and Market

Hampton Roads Convention Center 1610 Coliseum Drive, Hampton, VA, United States

Where music meets art, The 757 Extravaganza Marketplace is alive with our creative culture and jazzy energy! Explore an array of local artisans’ traditional and modern crafts, along with retail items and other amazing finds. Take home a unique keepsake or simply take a stroll to see all of the incredible creativity.  Schedule of events:... View Article

$25 – $45

Enslaved African Landing Day

Continental Park at Fort Monroe

Join the Fort Monroe Authority, National Park Service, Project 1619, and the City of Hampton for the 2023 Commemoration of the First Enslaved African Landing special program. The events reflect on the significance of the 1619 landing of enslaved Africans and the contributions of Africans and their descendants to American society.