This year’s edition edition of the Africa Centre Summer Festival takes place on Saturday, the 1st of August. ‘August in Africa’, will be held in Covent Garden’s iconic Piazza on Saturday, August 1st from 12pm-10pm and will explore the theme of portraiture through contemporary photography. Everyone with an interest in Africa will have an opportunity to celebrate and experience first-hand the best of African culture, including exhibitions, workshops for children and adults, pop-up fashion and dance shows, entertainment, live music, delicious African food and much, much more. And it’s FREE!
Asa the Parisian born Nigerian singer songwriter will be performing at 8.15pm in the Piazza so definitively worth a visit with friends.
In addition, you can try on (or even buy) Urbanknit clutches, totes, blazers and more at the Vou Brown Boutique stand.
Hope to see you there!
WHERE: Covent Garden Piazza, London
WHEN: August 1st, 12 – 10 PM
MORE INFO: www.africacentrefestival.com
If you are in London this weekend do drop by at the Africa Centre Summer Festival. There will be music, performances, textile workshops, food and children’s activities.
There will also be a Market place where you will be able to browse and buy Urbanknit goodies! (Just look for the Vou Brown section)
See you on Saturday!
WHEN: 2nd August, 2014
Highlights of the festival include, a performance by Tunde Jegede, a catwalk show by Africa Fashion Week London and a live performance by headline act Nneka. This event is free to members of the public and the Africa Centre sincerely hopes that you will join us for a challenging, provocative African festival, reflecting the progressive modernism that has emerged post-independence.
Music, fashion, photography, film and much more at the Africa centre. A festival weekend of music, fashion, dance, food, performances and film in and around Covent Garden Piazza.
For more information: http://www.africacentre.org.uk/event/africa-centre-summer-festival/
See you there!