Juneteenth: Jubilee Day Festival

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Sunday June 19

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10:00 AM  –  5:00 PM


Now a federal holiday, Juneteenth commemorates the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Originating in Texas, it’s been observed on the 19th of June annually since 1865. At the Ohio Village Jubilee Day Festival, see artists from the National Association of Black Storytellers, Ohio Black Dance and Watoto Storytellers share the historical narrative of Juneteenth through storytelling, dance and theatrical reenactments. Included with Ohio History Center & Ohio Village admission. 


Sun., June 19, 2022 • Noon–4 p.m. 

*Admission for Juneteenth includes all day admission to the Ohio History Center & Ohio Village, open 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Ohio History Center & Ohio village


Free/Adult Member

$7/Youth (4-12)

Free/Youth Member (4-12)

$11/Senior 60+

$11/Student with ID

Free/Children 3 & Under

Tickets are valid for full day admission- arrive anytime! Jubilee Day Festival events run from Noon4 p.m

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Included in this total ticket price is a 5% arts and culture fee on the base ticket as required by the City of Columbus. This fee supports exemplary artists, arts and cultural organizations and programs that educate and engage audiences of all ages throughout greater Columbus.