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2nd Annual Juneteenth Jubilee
2nd Annual Juneteenth Jubilee

Sat, Jun 18


Fort Ben Cultural Campus

2nd Annual Juneteenth Jubilee

Juneteenth Jubilee is a FREE community festival featuring musicians, dancers, singers, actors, and visual artists from across Indianapolis, with food trucks, vendors, kids' activities, and fun for the entire community. Act a Foo Afterparty Show at 9:30 PM.

Time & Location

Jun 18, 2022, 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Fort Ben Cultural Campus, 8920 Otis Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46216

About the Event

Juneteenth Jubilee is generously supported by PNC Bank, the Lumina Foundation, and the City of Lawrence.

Tickets are required for Afterparty Show with Act a Foo Improv Crew. Reserve your $10 tickets HERE.


  • Teresa Reynolds and the Slicktones, an Indianapolis-based band formed in 2021 with eclectic roots in pop R&B, jazz, and electronica.
  • iibada Dance Company, a Children's African and Modern Dance performance company founded in 1989.
  • Freetown Village Singers preserve African American traditions and culture through storytelling and song, the Freetown Village Singers present an interactive collection of traditional folk songs and spirituals.
  • Joshua Thompson (Sock Joplin), is a pianist, social musicologist, teaching artist, and producer. Known onstage as Sock Joplin, he is increasingly recognized on a national scale for his expertise on classical composers of African descent
  • The Lewis Sisters present historical interpretations of influential women from Black History: Betty Shabazz, Fannie Lou Hammer, and Ida B. Wells.
  • The Organ-nizers, made up of a saxophonist, B3 man, and drummer, the Organ-nizers burst through the sound waves with a new electrifying sound. One very astounding feature of this three-man organ-centric group is their ability to present smooth R&B and funk sounds in an improv jazzy way.
  • Act a Foo Improv Crew, an interactive, game-based, laugh till you cry, yell out loud, unscripted, unrehearsed, and unbelievable funny improv crew! Come out and see the quickest, wittiest, funniest, baddest, and whatever "-est" show you can think of.

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Refund Policy

As a reminder, all class registrations and ticket sales are final. In the event of a cancellation, tickets may be exchanged for another performance date or event. If a class is canceled, refunds or exchanges will be made available to registered participants.


Arts for Lawrence has a number of accessibility options for our patrons.  If you have any questions about parking, or seating, or have a specific request, please contact the Program Manager, Lecia Floyd at or at (317) 875-1900 ext. 100

Parking / Finding Our Facilities

Parking for Arts for Lawrence is anywhere next to the blue stars on the map below. Amphitheater parking is also available EXCEPT during concerts and festivals. Parking is also available next to 56th Street after 6:30 PM. The parking lot next to our facility is NOT for Theater or FBCC parking. 

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