The National Museum of African American Music is celebrating Black Music Month and Juneteenth with a “Bridge To Broadway Block Party” on Lower Broadway in Nashville on June 18 from noon-8 p.m.
Performers on hand to help celebrate at this year’s block party will include Doug E. Fresh, Young Buck, Willie Jones, Bubba Sparxxx, Daru Jones, and more. Hosted in partnership with Bridgestone Arena and the Nashville Predators, the 3rd annual block party previously held at Skydeck will now take place in front of Bridgestone Arena. The event will feature live music, local Nashville vendors and more. It will be free and open to the public.
The Museum has plenty of events on tap for Black Music Month this month. The Museum will host Jones’s album release party tomorrow evening (June 16), featuring a performance by Jones. On June 17, it will host comedian Amanda Seales for two free performances of her comedy show “Smart Funny & Black.” On June 19, NMAAM will also host a Community Day, a free day at NMAAM that will feature Juneteenth programming.
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