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10th Annual Boston African Festival

Consciously Exposed Consulting in partnership with the Shalupe Foundation Present:

The 10th Annual Boston African Festival hosted by the Shalupe Foundation

This Annual event typically features over 15,000 guests and several dozens of vendors and organizations. The Annual Boston African Festival is consider the Multi-cultural Celebration of the year and the largest gather of Africans in Boston featuring best of African arts, fashion, vendors, foods, amazing line up of musicians and talents promoting diversity/inclusion and community building through the arts. For more information and if you are interested in becoming a vendor , Please Visit : http://www.africanfestivalofboston.com and email [email protected] or call 781-267-3714

Festival Agenda 

  • 7am-10am– Set up: Vendors, Tents, Stage, Dj & African Roots Band.
  • 11am-12pm– DJ Yaki Spinning Music
  • 12pm-1pm- Welcome, Intro and Sponsors/Vendors

Shout-outs

  • 1pm-1:15pm– Band Performance by African Roots

Bands

  • 1:15pm-:1:30pm -Showcase of Latest African Fashion Trends
  • 1:30pm – 1:40pm– Congolese Singer/Artist – P-Kaz
  • 1:40pm – 2pm- Georgette Adie Beighle by way Cameroon (Part I)
  • 2pm-2:45pm– Youth Group Dance by OrigiNation
  • 2:45pm-3:15pm– Afrimerican Culture Initiative Inc – Group Performance
  • 3:15pm-3:45pm– Georgette Adie Beighle by way Cameroon (Part II)
  • 3:45pm-4:15pm– A2VT, Former African Refugees Group from Burlington, VT
  • 4:15pm-4:45pm– Dance/Singer Group from Honduras
  • 4:45pm-4:55pm– Brief Community Announcements
  • 4:55pm-5pm- Solo Singer Jaymore Brighton
  • 5pm-45pm– Band Performance by African Roots Bands
  • 5:45pm-6:15pm– Haitian Band – 4RealLiye
  • 6:15pm-7pm– Clean up and Closing Speech by AFOB Team

FAQs:

How do I get to your location by public transportation or car, and where can I park?

Exact location is Boston Common Park (Charles Street) Entrance Gate. Highly recommend taking MBTA station from Green Line to Boylston Street – Please use also Google Maps to get the best directions.

What do I need to bring to the event?

Your amazing Self, Friends and Families

Will there be food and entertainment?

Yes , Plenty of Food Vendors, Arts, Entertainments

How can I contact the organizer of the event?

Business Contact: 857.293.0371

Email: [email protected]

Leonard Tshitenge – | Certified Boston Poet approved by the Mayor’s office of Arts and Culture | M.S. In Psychology/Behavioral Health | Consultant | Community Builder |Office Location: 31 St James Ave. 6th Floor. Boston, MA 02116

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Date

08 08 2020

Time

10:00 AM - 07:00 PM

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 08 08 2020
  • Time: 11:00 - 20:00

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