The “All Africa Festival”, which runs from October 28 to 30, celebrates the cultural heritage of the African continent, focusing on reviving this cultural experience through many expressions of music, entertainment, fashion, art and culture.
The three-day festival at the Burj Park in Dubai will show Africa’s vibrant energy, beauty, culture and diversity in all its manifestations, while introducing rich culture to the rest of the world. The festival highlights a variety of culture, such as a unique nomadic food experience in establishing an African village, an art gallery with carefully managed pieces, installations of world-renowned artists, and the performance of local and international music.
The third edition of the festival will be held in collaboration with Emaar Properties, showing off renowned African cultures through a series of music, art and entertainment. The festival will be attended by 20 major African artists who will be participating in music and art shows.
Leading people from the African community are also expected to attend the event, while more than 15,000 visitors are expected to attend. This version aims to become one of the best and greatest international cultural events to celebrate African culture over the next five years.
It also highlights the famous cultural ties between the United Arab Emirates and the African continent and is an international celebration of African culture in Dubai.
All Africa Festival will feature an exhibition that celebrates African art and another side exhibition showing traditional African music and its international influence. It also covers the children’s area. The previous edition of the festival attended nearly 12,000 viewers and saw widespread media coverage, reaching 40 million and 5.2 million viewers in the Tiktok.