2024 Cincinnati Black Family Reunion
The 36th Annual Black Family Reunion celebration is August 15-18, 2024
The 2024 Cincinnati Black Family Reunion is a four-day celebration. It includes consumers, corporations, and communities focusing on the historic strengths and values of the Black Family. Cincinnati is the only city that continues this tradition of honoring Black families.
This, the 36th Annual Cincinnati Black Family Reunion Celebration, features a weekend full of free family-focused events. This includes a job fair, a parade, concerts, and opportunities to support local Black-owned businesses.
The 2024 Cincinnati Black Family Reunion begins on Thursday, August 15, and runs through Sunday, August 18. Black history and African-American cultural celebrations will be held throughout the four-day weekend. Locations include Fountain Square, Corinthian Baptist Church, Avondale, and Sawyer Point.
Black Family Reunion Schedule
The 2024 schedule will be announced at a later date.
Sawyer Point Venue Details
Parking at Sawyer Point
Limited free parking is available nearby. There are also various private pay-to-park lots surrounding the area. Use the Cincy EZ Park App to pay for parking as appropriate.
History of the Black Family Reunion
The Black Family Reunion, one of Cincinnati’s largest family-focused celebrations, was inaugurated in 1989 in Cincinnati, Ohio. It is held on the third weekend of August annually. The celebration of the historic strengths and values of the Black Family draws around 10,000 patrons.
Conceived by Dr. Dorothy I. Height, President Emerita of the National Council of Negro Women, the Black Family Reunion Celebration is a four-day cultural event that ensures the historic morals of the Black family are showcased.
Additional Black Family Reunion Information
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