This year festival organizers will celebrate the 10th anniversary of the state's Juneteenth National Freedom Day Observance.
Observances take place on the third Saturday of June and commemorate the day in 1865 that slaves in Texas found out they were free.
Live entertainment, the Juneteenth Cultural Market Place, a community health fair offering free screenings and the Heritage Harvest Certified Farmer's Market will all be part of the celebration.
In addition, the festivities will include an exhibit by festival featured artist Demar Douglas.
"At this 10th anniversary for the California State Juneteenth National Freedom Day Observance celebration, we're happy to present these new features of the farmer's market, featured visual artists and continuing the health fair," said Leslie Fountain, vice president and chief operating officer of the Juneteenth America, Inc., in a statement.
"It represents the essence of Juneteenth, by providing resources for the community to continue to thrive, while highlighting and celebrating our talents that developed through the struggle of our emancipation."