The second annual Heritage & Harmony Festival kicks off Tuesday, July 2, to bring Flint residents together through music and fellowship in the heart of the historic Civic Park Neighborhood.
The three-day festival includes music by local & national artists, children’s activities, community resources and a business marketplace. It is located at 1401 W. Dayton Place across from the former Civic Park School in the heart of the neighborhood.
The festival is organized by the Civic Park Historic Business District and takes place from 3-8 p.m. July 2-4. Activities will end prior to the annual Fourth of July fireworks display.
The event is free. Food, beverages and other items for purchase will be made available by vendors and food trucks. Parking is available behind the former Civic Park School and at Joy Tabernacle Church.
In addition to the Civic Park Historic Business District, the event is made possible with support from Genesee County Habitat for Humanity, The Greater Flint Arts Council, Community Foundation of Greater Flint, Ruth Mott Foundation, Kettering University, McDonald’s, Lawrence E. Moon Funeral Home, Genesee Conservation District, Berston Field House, Terry Bankert, flintBrand, Hamilton Community Health Network, The City of Flint, and The HUB Flint.
For more information and updates on the festival, visit the Heritage & Harmony Festival page on Facebook.