Due to COVID, this performance is being rescheduled for a later date. More information to follow as soon as possible.
Grammy-nominated music and social justice artist Fyütch will perform in celebration of Juneteenth. His performance will emphasize black history, self-love and empathy.
Fyütch gained musical notoriety in Nashville, TN as the lead singer of Hip-Hop/Soul band Biscuits and Gravy, opening for acts like Kanye West and Pharrell. He made his comedic debut on the web series ‘Fyütchology.’ The show combined social commentary, current events, and parodies, reaching over 2 million viewers. Episode 12: “Country Kendrick” went viral, landing him on MTV’s TRL and Billboard.
This free event will take place behind the Museum on the South Meadow of Snug Harbor Cultural Center and Botanical Garden as part of the Juneteenth Freedom Festival organized by the Jubilee Collective.
Also free passes are available for entry to the Staten Island Children’s Museum on Sunday, June 19 from 11 am to 3pm. Register Here