Naija in the Park is the first and only open air, family oriented festival celebrating Nigerian Arts and Culture through a variety of non-stop entertainment over an exciting summer weekend in Finsbury Park, London on Saturday the 18th of June 2016.
The main Objective of ‘Naija in the Park’ is to give Nigerians in the UK, that almost ‘feel home’ nostalgic Nigeria experience in appreciating its culture, heritage, lifestyle in the diaspora.
The theme of this year’s celebration which is ‘Unity Festival’ is aimed at bringing Nigerians in the UK together as a unified people, to celebrate not only our diverse Arts and Culture but also to strengthen our unity as a people in the Diaspora through cultural, educational, social and economic development.
The event will feature Nigerian Cultural performances, Arts and Crafts, Children’s activities, Fashion, workshops, Nigerian Food, Comedy, Dj’s and live bands showcasing Nigeria’s rich musical culture in both traditional and contemporary art forms.
This is one event you don’t have to miss if you’re living in the UK. It’s a fresh opportunity for networking and communicating with other well-meaning Nigerians in the UK.
Naija in the Park is the only festival of its kind in the UK that not only showcases and celebrates Nigeria’s vibrant, colourful and diverse arts and culture in London, but also acts as a unifying social, cultural, educational, economic platform for all Nigerians in the UK.
The event would be taking place at Finsbury Park, London N4 on the 18th June 2016, 12.00pm – 9.00pm. Get your free entry tickets on Eventbrite.co.uk
For more information and further enquiries about Naija in the Park festival please contact Abeke at firstname.lastname@example.org / + 44 7943054045 (UK mobile)
You can keep up with conversation on Social Media by following @NaijainthePark on Instagram and Twitter.
The event is supported by ASIRI Magazine,BattaBox, YorubaFM,Xtrax Music,ZiKoncept Entertainment
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