Natchez has your Summer Covered!
Natchez has your summer covered in June AND July!
If you’re looking for a neat place to celebrate Juneteenth, then Natchez is the place to be. Juneteenth is the oldest known holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, and Natchez is one of the oldest cities in the state of Mississippi. Between 1833 and 1863, it was the site of the second largest slave market in the country, second only to New Orleans.
You can make your plans now to visit Natchez and observe Juneteenth while enjoying the unique history of this exciting city on the bluff. You’ll find that Natchez is a quaint, multicultural city that is steeped in southern history. It is dubbed the “Jewel of the Mississippi.” (www.visitnatchez.com)
Ardenland is proud to bring the Natchez 4th of July Celebration back to The Natchez Bluff for its second big year. Now expanded to a two-day affair, the Natchez 4th of July Celebration will feature music from the talents of Alabama, Robert Earl Keen, Paul Thorn, Drew Parker, Brit Taylor, Will Wesley Band, and The B3. Enjoy treats from a variety of local food and beverage vendors and as you celebrate with the most beautiful views around! (www.visitnatchez.org)
Admission Cost: $40-80