Today marks the finale of Trenton’s three-day Juneteenth celebration led by The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County (AACCofMC) in partnership with the NJ Legislative District 15 (Senator Shirley Turner, Assemblywoman Verlina Reynolds Jackson and Assemblyman Anthony Verrelli) and Outdoor Equity Alliance and presented by Wells Fargo and St. Francis Medical Center.

Today, June 20th, will include a full gospel concert line-up at Mill Hill Park in Trenton:

12:00 PM- 12:30 PM (30 minutes)

Welcome, Black National Anthem, Acknowledgment of Sponsors, Words from Presenting Sponsors
Helen Jones Walker, Wells Fargo and St. Francis Representative

12:30 PM- 12:35 PM (5 minutes)
Intro Host
Craig Hayes

12:35 PM- 1:05 PM (30 minutes)
Performance
Nikki Michelle

1:05 PM- 1:15 PM (10 minutes)
DJ and Announcements
Craig Hayes

1:45 PM- 2:45 PM (1 hour)
Performance
Bishop’s Choir

2:45 PM- 3:00 PM (15 minutes)
DJ and Announcements
Craig Hayes

3:00 PM- 4:00 PM (1 hour)
Performance
Yolanda Briggs

4:00 PM – 4:15 PM (15 minutes)
DJ and Announcements
Craig Hayes

4:15 PM- 5:15 PM (1 hour)
Performance
Renee Smith

5:15 PM- 5:30 PM (15 minutes)
DJ and Announcements
Craig Hayes

5:30 PM- 6:30 PM (1 hour)
Performance
JVR

6:30 PM- 7:30 PM
Closing
Frankie Vine-Gospel House Music

Commitments from Greater TrentonStoutsburg Sourland African American Museum and the Center for Child and Family Achievement have evolved into a plethora of family centered activities being held simultaneously in Downtown Trenton. As a result of collaboration with the Let’s Ride Foundation and the Samuel McCoy Scholarship Fund, a Juneteenth Freedom Day Bike Ride took place at Mill Hill Park on Saturday and traveled throughout Mercer County.

Special thanks to The African American Cultural Collaborative of Mercer County Juneteenth Celebration sponsors – Wells Fargo, St. Francis Medical Center, NJM Insurance Group, Thomas Edison State University (TESU), Wegmans, Berkshire Bank, Robert Wood Johnson, Capital Health, Henry J. Austin, African American Chamber of Commerce, Mercer County Education Association, Greater Trenton, Bank of America and Princeton Area Community Foundation (PACF).