This July 4th weekend marks the return of the annual African American Heritage Festival to Baltimore.
The 3-day long African American Heritage Festival returns to the grounds of Camden Yards from July 3rd-5th. This annual family celebration will highlight the rich history, culture, heritage and arts of African Americans and will feature pavilions for youth and adults, a carnival, vendors and national and local musical acts on two stages.
After church on Sunday, go on down to the festival’s Main Stage to continue the worship experience on courtesy of The Greater Baltimore Church of Christ who will present a worship service from 1:30-4 pm featuring Ray Kabia, Michele Bonilla, B.I.G City, Cjay Philip, Jamonne Driver and The N Result.
The full schedules for the Main Stage and Verizon Wireless B Stage can be found on the festival’s website in addition to information about tickets and seating. Unlike previous years, this year all festival attendees must purchase tickets for admission to the African American Heritage Festival. General admission is $5 with children 12 and under admitted for free. Limited reserved seating is available for $40, $50 or $80. Tickets may be purchased from Ticketmaster and assorted outlets in Baltimore and Washington, DC.