Houston AfriFEST returns with food, art, music and more
HOUSTON (CW39) – America’s most diverse city will take center stage to pay tribute to the African continent at the 8th annual Houston AfriFEST, according to the Nigerian American Multicultural Council. it happens October 16e, 2021 at Houston Baptist University, located at 7502 Fondren Rd., Houston, Texas 77074, of from noon to 6 p.m..
The 8the annual Houston AfriFEST features traditional and contemporary African dances, music, art and entertainment by artists from several African countries. Groups with participating countries will have an elaborate exhibition of their national arts, crafts, history and geography.
The best vendors in the community will also be on hand to sell African art, as well as authentic, tasty and exotic food from mainland African food vendors. The Houston AfriFEST has not forgotten the kiddos. The “kids’ zone” will feature the annual African safari, face painting, arts and crafts, and other engaging activities.
The NAMC claims that the Houston AfriFEST has grown tremendously over the years and attracts thousands of guests from all over the greater Houston area. The Houston-based nonprofit claims the event is the only festival in Houston that serves as a melting pot for the diverse cultures that span the continent.
Admission to Discover All of Africa costs just $ 5 and can be purchased online at https://houstonafrifest2021.eventbrite.com.
The event is free for seniors aged 60 and over, college students and children under 12.
For more information, visit https://www.namchouston.org/.
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