June 19 – Juneteenth: Singing the Journey


Celebrate Juneteenth with Jubilee Voices in Alexandria

Join Jubilee Voices and the Office of Historic Alexandria for a concert in celebration of Juneteenth, a national holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States.

Jubilee Voices will perform a lively, interactive performance featuring traditional African American music, dance and spoken word that traces the history of African Americans from enslavement to freedom. Celebrate Juneteenth and join the journey!

DATE/TIME: Sunday, June 19, 3 pm
LOCATION: Market Square, 301 King St. (in front of City Hall), Alexandria, VA <view map>
TICKETS: Free and open to the public.
WEBSITE: Learn more about Juneteeth in Alexandria

Learn more about Juneteenth

In 2021, this celebration was entirely virtual, filmed on location at heritage sites throughout historic Alexandria, Virginia. You can watch last year’s celebration any time.

Watch “Our People” Online

Click the button above to watch on the Alexandria Black History Museum’s website.

Jubilee Voices was presented by the Alexandria Black History Museum and the Office of Historic Alexandria, with additional support generously provided by the Northern Virginia Section, National Council of Negro Women and by Bill & Diana Conway.