Dexter Silvers’ One-Man Show
When 2-5 p.m. June 19-20 • Where St. Louis Art Works, 5959 Delmar Boulevard • How much Free • More info dextersartstudio.com
Harlem: A Juneteenth Celebration with Robert Nelson
When 7:30 p.m. June 19 • Where Blue Strawberry, 364 North Boyle Avenue • How much $15-$20, $15 for livestream • More info bluestrawberrystl.com
St. Louis rhythm and jazz singer Robert Nelson, along with his band, Renaissance, present a salute to music from and inspired by the Harlem Renaissance.
St. Louis rhythm and jazz singer Robert Nelson brings “Harlem: A Juneteenth Celebration” to Blue Strawberry on June 19.
Juneteenth at City Foundry STL
Where Noon June 19 • Where City Foundry STL, 3730 Foundry Way • How much Free • More info cityfoundrystl.com
An event at City Foundry STL includes educational opportunities, interactive sports, vendors, street performances, a yoga session and live music, including a set by DJ Nune (Lamar Harris) and a performance by Zida Lioness.
Juneteenth: A Walk Through History
When 1-3 p.m. June 19 • Where Kiener Plaza, Broadway and Chestnut Street • How much Free • More info stlblackmba.org/events
The St. Louis chapter of the National Black MBA Association takes participants on a walking tour of locations where slave activity took place and discusses the origins of Juneteenth.
Juneteenth Celebrate Freedom
When 10 a.m.-5 p.m. June 19 • Where Killion Park, 2400 Washington Avenue, Alton • How much Free • More info 618-910-7422, 618-799-9151
Funk-pop band Dirty Muggs performs at this event hosted by Bubbling Brown Sugar (Mix 99.5). Also includes vendors, prizes and food.
Juneteenth Celebrate Freedom
When 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. June 19 • Where Market in the Loop, 6655 Delmar Boulevard • How much Free • More info universitycityloop.com
The Loop Special Business District and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority/Omicron Eta Omega chapter’s Juneteenth celebration will include poetry, essays, music, dance, arts and design, with a presentation by Mathew Foggy on the Hype the Stripe movement.
When 1 p.m. June 19 • Where Plaza at 501, 501 South Florissant Road, Ferguson • How much Free • More info 314-578-1327
Celebration includes live entertainment, arts and crafts and more.
When 11 a.m.-2 p.m. June 19 • Where Emerson YMCA, 3390 Pershall Road, Ferguson • More info 314-521-1822
Event includes food, music, community activities and Black-owned businesses.
When 11 a.m.-3 p.m. June 19 • Where JC Supper Club, 9053 Riverview Drive • How much Free • More info 314-755-1923
JC Supper Club and What Up Doe? Radio present a Juneteenth Celebration with a pop-up shop supported by the Urban League St. Louis Women’s Business Center. Events include yoga, a financial education panel, music and food.
Juneteenth Celebration Art Show and Sale
When 7 p.m. June 19 • Where Griot Museum of Black History, 2505 St. Louis Avenue • More info 314-241-7057; thegriotmuseum.com
Bidding in the fourth annual art show and sale runs June 19-21.
Juneteenth Celebration at Field House Museum
When 1-3 p.m. June 19 • Where Field House Museum, 634 South Broadway • How much Free • More info fieldhousemuseum.org
Julius B. Anthony, the president of St. Louis Black Authors of Children’s Literature, and Linda Nance, the founding president of the Annie Malone Historical Society, will join in this celebration featuring another look at two exhibits on Black children’s literature and the legacy of Annie Malone. The St. Louis Gospel Choral Union Alumni will perform.
Juneteenth Celebration: Freedom in Equity Festival
When 11 a.m.-8 p.m. June 19 • Where Jones Park, 2920 Argonne Drive, East St. Louis • How much Free • More info facebook.com/juneteenthme
The Freedom in Equity Festival sponsored by Juneteenth Metro East starts with a motorcade that heads to East St. Louis City Hall for a flag raising ceremony. Events continue throughout the day with vendors, entertainment, music and activities for children at Jones Park.