AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL: SANKOFA!
The Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute's 4th annual AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL is set to take our community on a Diasporic journey through space and time! In the spirit of Sankofa, this Pan-African festival will highlight our shared heritage through powerful musical performances that are rooted in ancestral African rhythms and traditions yet that represent the rich diversity of the Diasporic cultures of Brazil, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Puerto Rico, and the Motherland by way of Guinea. Powered by the Black genius of both emerging and renowned African descendant creatives, AFRIBEMBÉ is an opportunity to rejoice in our people's artistry, intellectuality, and musicality.
Experience CCCADI's 4th annual AFRIBEMBÉ FESTIVAL:
Live music & DJ sets
Activities for creatives of all ages
SoulFull Food Plaza
Comfort food from across the Diaspora
Merchandise, arts and crafts
Honoring the late Hiram Maristany, legendary community photo documentarian of El Barrio
ˇˇˇˇˇˇˇVISIT THE FESTIVAL PAGE TO VIEW THE LINEUP AND REGISTER. WALK-INS ARE WELCOME. HOWEVER, 200 REGISTERED GUESTS WILL RECEIVE A CCCADI SWAG ITEM!
PLUS, THE FIRST 100 PEOPLE TO ARRIVE AT THE FESTIVAL WILL RECEIVE A RAFFLE TICKET FOR THEIR CHANCE TO WIN A SPECIAL PRIZE.ˇˇˇˇˇˇ
This event is in partnership with Friends of Art Park Alliance (FAPA).Venue: Harlem Art Park
Harlem Art Park & E 120th St (Between Lexington & 3rd Ave.)
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