Jacksonville’s James Wheldon Johnson Park, the city’s first public park, was designed to bring the community together, promote diversity and inclusion, and “restore vitality” to the public square. It’s a beautiful venue with a lively energy unmatched by most.
As part of the park’s regular programming, “Live at Lunch” will continue through July, offering food trucks and performances from local musicians every Monday and Friday from 11:30AM-2PM. Attendees can hear from popular bands and talented solo acts while enjoying Jammasjax, Saffron and other culinary delights.
To learn more and access the park’s full calendar of events, click here.
– Aly Coleman, On 3 Public Relations