Category archives: 2016

  • Talent Itinerary for SF Juneteenth 2016

  • 66th Annual SF Juneteenth Festival Itinerary Saturday, June 18, 2016 * 10am-6pm Freedom Stage 1 (Fillmore Street, between Turk and Sutter) Hosted by Tony Sparks and Jay Rich Stage Coordinator: Farah Dews 10:20AM - 10:55AM - FROM THE SOUL - (Joyful Soul Music) 11:20AM - 11:55PM - GREER ROCKETT (Jazz) 12:15PM - 12:45PM - PROJECT LEVEL - (Rap-Youth Act) 1:[...]
  • Official Bill Pickett Rodeo Ticket Holder

  • Celebrating our 32nd Anniversary! To the delight of thrilled audiences and rodeo fans, some of the nation’s most skilled and entertaining Black cowboys and cowgirls will ride into your city to compete in the nation’s only touring Black rodeo competition—the thrilling Bill Pickett Invitational Rodeo (BPIR). Celebrating its 32nd year.
  • For the very first time … Own Roots on Blu-ray™ ! June 7th

  • For the very first time … Own Roots on Blu-ray™! SF Juneteenth & SF Black Film Festival will be giving away FREE 40th Anniversary Blu-rays of ROOTS to those that attend the Juneteenth Kick-off and SF Black Film Festival movie screening, on June 18th at 6pm, until they are gone! (Limit of one Blu-ray per person). Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning, best-selling novel by Alex Haley, Roots[...]
  • S.F. Juneteenth 2016

  • June 18th, 2016. Welcome to S.F. Juneteenth. The S.F. Juneteenth is one of San Francisco's oldest festivals started over 66 years ago. It is the biggest gathering of African-Americans on the West Coast. Parade stages at the African American Art & Culture Complex at 10am (762 Fulton St., SF, CA. 94115)
  • FREE MOVIE SCREENING (NOLA CIRCUS) x San Francisco Black Film Festival

  • This is a FREE pass to the movie only offered by SF JUNETEENTH that will be showing at the Buriel Clay Theater, June 17th from 6:00pm-9:30pm. It will be a block of shorts and a FEATURE film. Just use the code "hookup" and get your FREE tickets while they last. There will be food and beverage available because this all takes place as part of Juneteenth's Annual Kick-off. This is always a gr[...]
  • Juneteenth Past and Present

  • San Francisco and Juneteenth The relationship between Juneteenth and the City of San Francisco dates back to 1951, Dr. Wesley Johnson Sr. invited the Bay Area’s African American community to celebrate a June 19th celebration at the Texas playhouse on Fillmore Street, a popular lounge he owned.  The first parade was led by Johnson and the former San Francisco Mayor Willie L. Brown Jr.  At that f[...]
  • Take BART to the Festival

  • BART takes you right to the action! If you are taking public transportation, give BART a try, and let us do the driving. A quick bus ride from the Montgomery Street BART Station CLICK for directions BART… and you’re there.