Come Saturday July 25th, African Global Roots (AGR) will hold its first ever African Arts Festival in the Twin Cities to showcase some of Africa’s finest talents and rare cultural presentations which would include fashion, music, dance amongst others that will leave the community gaping in amazement.
Speaking to the press, AGR’s Executive Director-Petros Haile said the festival is designed to embrace a soldering of African artistry, demonstrating finesse in electric asseveration of the different embodiment of the African diaspora.
Apart from the entertainment parked jamboree, the AGR will also use the Festival to recognize and honor the works of prominent Tanzanian reggae artist Innocent. Innocent has graced audiences here in the Twin cities and across the U.S. for almost two decades now with briliantry in music that has gone a long way to showcase and promote African culture and talent.
Also, AGR will also recognize media houses in the cities that have, through their articles and write-ups showcased and promoted African culture and values in the U.S.
But I promise you, the festival will not be all about recognition and honor, it will allow the public to delve into the African experience, through its entertainment parked night. From dances, to poetry, fashion show, and live music from some of the African community’s most talked about artists, you’ll be guaranteed a phenomenal experience.
The Festival will be held at the Ramada Grand Rios Hotel in Brooklyn Park. Come be part of this unique and rare experience of African entertainment.
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