Free Juneteenth Festival featuring international super star “Cupid” returns to Old Settlers Park

“The Voice” Inc. and the City of Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department are joining forces again for the 7th annual Round Rock Juneteenth Rhythm and Ribs Festival on Friday, June 19 (7:30 pm to 11:30 pm) and a full day of entertainment on Saturday, June 20 (2:00 pm to midnight) at the Lakeview Pavilion in Old Settlers Park located at 3300 E. Palm Valley Blvd., Round Rock, Texas.

The festivities begin on Friday, June 19 at 7:30 pm with a headlining performance by DJ Cut Creator.  For more than 25 years as a Deejay, Jay was voted one of the top 25 Hip Hop DJ’s of all time by “Newsweek” magazine. Cut Creator is a legendary icon in the Hip Hop Industry, and as the right hand for one of Hip Hop’s mega stars LL Cool J who also coined the famous phrase … “WHAT’S MY DJ’S NAME…CUT CREATOR” which became one of rap’s best known lyrics of all time on the “Rock the Bells” single.

The celebration continues Saturday, June 20at 2:00 pm. The barbeque cook-off participants will already have their pits fired up and meat cooking for judging starting at 12:00 noon. At 3:00 pm, the opening welcome from Round Rock Mayor Pro-Tem George White kicks off the day’s festivities.

The entertainment on Saturday includes the headliner and international super star Cupid and the Dance Party Express. In 2007, Bryson “Cupid” Bernard shuffled his way into the hearts of millions with the up-tempo party song “Cupid Shuffle,” which also inspired the popular dance craze of the same name. “Cupid Shuffle” reached No. 66 on the Billboard Hot 100. From appearances on nationally syndicated TV and radio talk shows such as Dr. Oz, Steve Harvey and Tom Joyner to breaking the Guinness Book of World Records in 2008 for the largest line dance assembled with over 17K people, Cupid has virtually reshaped dance music and created an entirely new genre.

Cupid has only built on his momentum by spreading his love of dance by making appearances on “The Doctor Oz show,” and “The Mo’Nique show”. His endeavors have

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