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Judge Eddie E. Harrison Juneteenth Heritage Celebration: The Evolution of Black Music

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Join us Saturday, June 8 for a day of celebrating the Evolution of Black Music at our Annual Judge Eddie E. Harrison Juneteenth Heritage Celebration! This free event will celebrate the legacy and evolution of Black music with a great of lineup of artists from across genres. The event will feature performances of Spiritual, Gospel, Blues, Country, Jazz, R&B, Funk, and Hip-Hop songs. There will also be food trucks, vendors, and cultural heritage and information booths. This will be an amazing event that you won’t want to miss! For more information contact Tynan Shadle at tynan.shadle@thc.texas.gov, or at 936-878-2214 ext 224

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In Person

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beginner-friendly

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