The 27th Annual Montclair African American Heritage Parade and Festival will take place Saturday, June 4.
The annual event is a celebration of our community’s African American culture, arts, talent, and pride. The celebration begins at 10:30 am with the parade that beings at Glenfield Park. It ends at Nishuane Park with a Music Festival.
The Parade starts at 10:30 am at Glenfield Park (Maple Avenue) – Bloomfield Avenue – Elm Street – Orange Road – Back of South End Parking Lot – Cedar Avenue, where it ends at Nishuane Park for the Festival.
The festival takes place from 1 pm – 7 pm 1at Nishuane Park on Cedar Avenue and High Street. This free music festival will showcase supplemental events featuring national and locally recognized talent. It will not only showcase a rich diversity in talent, but further introduce the population to productive opportunities in town for young people to hone artistic skills. There will be free child-friendly activities, food and beverage vendors, health screening activities, merchandise vendors, and much more!