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Baton Rouge Juneteenth Unity Fest moved to Wednesday due to Monday rain | Entertainment/life

Unity Fest, the city of Baton Rouge’s free Juneteenth celebration, has been postponed until Wednesday due to the forecast of heavy rain on Monday.

According to the city parish, the event will take place at Goodwood’s main library on Wednesday from 5pm to 8pm.

Scheduled live performances feature the Michael Foster Project, Universal Language and DJ A Twice. Additional performances include Shamira Cummings (dance), Latoya Sibley (spoken word), Joshua White lLive painting), Quiana Lynell + Rod Jackson (musical performance), Xero Skidmore (spoken word poetry) and Tianna Taylor (dance).

Food and drinks will be available during the event.

For more information, visit SummerofHopeBR.com.