June 22 – Juneteenth Pride & Joy

Juneteenth Pride and Joy 2024, June 22 at 3pm

On June 22nd, celebrate freedom and unity in a joyous afternoon of music and spoken word. Join Washington Revels and Unity of Washington D.C. for Juneteenth Pride and Joy featuring:

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Unity of Washington D.C.

Richard Payne Trio & Unity of Washington D.C. Choir

Celebrate the joy of Juneteenth and commemorate Pride Month with Unity’s house band and choir. From jazz to gospel, these groups will inspire you with soulful harmonies and exuberant rejoicing.

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Barry Moton

Jazz Vocalist Barry Moton

A Peoria, Illinois native and graduate of Howard University, Moton wrote the critically acclaimed radio drama, “Day Dream,” inspired by the life of jazz icon Billy Strayhorn, which has been performed at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts. Barry Moton is a musical mood that listeners will keep on repeat.

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GenOUT Youth ChorusGenOUT Youth Chorus

An outreach ensemble of the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington D.C., GenOUT’s mission is to give young LGBTQ+ and allied youth a voice and to connect that voice to community. Singers in GenOUT are leaders in the movement to promote and protect the rights of LGBTQ+ people. They offer themselves as symbols and spokespersons for the struggle against discrimination and for equality. They lend their voices to messages of acceptance, affirmation, and love, and offer their faces to the image of what the world can be.

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Jazz pianist Colin Chambers

Colin Chambers Trio

Known for his unique voice, pianist Colin Chambers began his musical journey at the age of 3 when he first started learning the piano. A graduate of Howard University, Chambers is based in the DMV but has traveled throughout the United States and abroad. He is currently in residence at JoJo restaurant on U Street every Friday searching for such freedoms with his quartet.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, June 22 at 3 p.m.
LOCATION: Unity of Washington D.C., 1225 R Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 < View map >
TICKETS: Free and open to all