The month of June is winding to a close, and although that means another month is behind us, it also means that Freedom Fridays is on! If you’re looking for the perfect way to kick off another beautiful summer weekend, the Trenton City Museum has all you need for a night to remember in the Capital City.
Freedom Fridays is a monthly celebration hosted by the Trenton City Museum, an arts and culture destination in the Capital City. On the last Friday of each month, guests are invited to enjoy an evening of performance, arts, and community at the Ellarslie Mansion, located at 299 Parkside Ave., Trenton, NJ 08606. During Freedom Fridays, guests from throughout the Trenton community are invited to show off their talents during the evening’s open mic nights. From poets to musicians and all talents in between, all are welcome to be part of the show. The next upcoming installment of Freedom Fridays is scheduled for Friday, June 30th from 7:00pm to 8:30pm. The evening will be hosted by The Son of Black; this month’s featured performer is none other than Philadelphia’s own poet and promoter, J’renee Chance. Admission is only a $5 donation, so come on down and enjoy the work of some of the region’s up and coming talent.
Whether you are a comedian, a singer, or an artist of any kind, open mic nights are a wonderful opportunity to connect with your fellow performers, hone your skills, and show off your talents to a fresh new audience. Especially here in Trenton, where the arts are an integral part of day-to-day life, there’s certain to be an abundance of talent just waiting to be discovered. Even if you don’t plan on performing, there’s plenty of fun to be had by audience members as well! In addition to performances from talented friends and neighbors in the community, guests will have the opportunity to enjoy tours of the museum, access the the Trenton City Museum’s charming gift shop, and more. With Freedom Fridays, there’s fun to be had both on and off the stage!
The Trenton City Museum plays an integral role in bringing arts and culture to life in the Capital City. Through events like Freedom Fridays, thought-provoking exhibits, and an unwavering commitment to the Capital City, this museum helps to foster a love of learning in attendees of all ages. If you’d like to read more about all the museum has to offer, you can visit their website here: Trenton City Museum. To keep up with the latest updates, be sure to also follow the Trenton City Museum on Facebook and Instagram.
If you have any questions or would like to learn more about Freedom Fridays, please contact the Trenton City Museum at email@example.com or (609) 989-1191 for additional details. Your time to shine is now, so don’t miss your chance to take to the stage!