Afrofest celebrates African diaspora through music, art and culture


AFROFEST. Music Africa’s outdoor music and culture festival featuring live performances, workshops, spoken word, dance, interactive children’s village and a marketplace. Jul 7 & 8, Sat noon-11 pm, Sun noon-8 pm. Woodbine Park. Free. Find out more here.


The 30th anniversary of Afrofest, the largest free festival of its kind in North America, will feature acts from over 20 countries showcasing a blend of vocal performances, music, drumming and dance – all representing traditional and contemporary artistic styles. Headliners this year include Congolese Roga Roga and Extra Music, Ivory Coast Afro-Zouk singer Monique Seka, Juno-award winning multinational group Okavango and many more.

Tatiana King, a media/entertainment business owner and co-host of the African Groove…

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