Yoruba Arts Festival returns to Clissold Park, Hackney London for its 7th year, celebrating the rich, vibrant and colorful, Yoruba Arts and Culture.
Featuring Cultural performances, workshops, African market, competitions, Fashion show, children’s activities, African and West Indian food, DJ’s, live music and guest Artists.
The Yoruba’s who are predominantly from Nigeria are a people of dynamic and diverse Arts and Culture with one of the oldest, largest and finest artistic traditions in Africa, spread across the world.
Yoruba Arts Festival is a social, cultural, educational and networking platform for community cohesion and development through Arts and culture in the UK Diaspora.
The event is produced by the Yoruba Arts Trust, a UK registered non-profit Charity, whose main objective is to promote Yoruba and Nigerian Arts and Culture through Arts and Cultural programs.
The festival will run from Saturday 16th of July to 17th 2016.
For further information on Yoruba Arts Trust, its activities and programs please contact email@example.com or + 44 7943054045 (UK mobile)
This year’s festival is powered by ASIRI Magazine.
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