Kentucky African Festival

The Kentucky Africa Festival aims to being a taste of the African Culture to Kentucky. Following our research, there are approximately 480,000 people residing in Kentucky that are either African born or of decent. This festival will provide a means for those with an interest of finding out more about our culture that we are so proud and passionate about, while pacifying others with a “longing” after being away from home for far too long. By showcasing our unity in inviting all people, we hope to prove what a wonderful place Africa truly is. On display across our stage will be a wide variety of African culture exposed through music, food, drinks, craft, and fashion. We will represent as many countries as possible, giving the opportunity to display features indigenous to Africa. Some things we would have heard about, while some will be a new experience for us all as we learn and share with each other. An overall exhilarating experience.

In conclusion, The Kentucky Africa Festival, the first of its kind will be an uplifting blend of sounds, colors, food, fashion, talent and creativity to captivate all of the senses. It will display all of the impeccable qualities of Africa. It will showcase our beauty through its people, our strength through our struggles and out determination through our triumph. This festival will show why we are so proud of our first love , the breath-taking lands that make up AFRICA.

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    615 W. Main Street
    Louisville, KY 40202
    United States

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