© 2022 WUTC
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00
0:00
Available On Air Stations

For Juneteenth Weekend In Chattanooga, Let There Be Music

Logo for Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts and Ideas
Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts and Ideas
/

For this Juneteenth weekend, the Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts and Ideas will bring the music - and more.

Ric Morris is the festival’s founder and CEO.

Keelah Jackson, Kofi Mawuko and Rick Rushing are among the artists who will perform on stage at Miller Park on Saturday night - starting at 8 PM - free and open to the public.

Ric Morris
Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts and Ideas
/
Ric Morris
Keelah Jackson
Baylor School
/
Keelah Jackson
Kofi Mawuko
Kofi Mawuko / Facebook
/
Kofi Mawuko
Rick Rushing
Rick Rushing
/
Rick Rushing

Stay Connected
Related Content
  • Juneteenth at the Chattanooga Festival of Black Arts & Ideas. Here at UTC, lift every voice and sing on this Juneteenth. Looking back on Title IX in Chattanooga. Get Outside With Pride. These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
  • On Sunday evening, our campus - the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga - will host the Juneteenth Commemoration Ceremony and Concert, free and open to the public, on Chamberlain Field. Access to the field begins at 5 PM - and the ceremony and concert start at 7 PM.
  • With Title IX turning fifty this year, how has the Federal law impacted sports here in the Chattanooga area? Stephen Hargis is sports editor at The Chattanooga Times Free Press - and this Sunday’s edition will dive into all this.
  • This weekend, you’ll find a Chattanooga celebration of Pride Month in the outdoors - and on the water. On Saturday, Soft Animal and Outshine Adventures are hosting “Get Outside With Pride” - a picnic and paddle boarding experience at Greenway Farms.