The Afro Street Festival explores the expression of the Creative Arts in unconventional spaces, promoting our diverse and rich culture, and effortlessly fusing street fashion, dance, music, food, art, street sports, stunts and performances in an entertaining fast paced and engaging event.
The Festival celebrates bold statements of Creativity, the ever changing nature of Art and the stunning evolution of Over-imaginative minds, leveraging our region’s rich ethnic and diverse heritage to push economic growth and social change for a future beyond Oil. We are taking Arts to the streets to get Youth off the streets, thanks to our core values of creativity, community and enterprise.
What should you know about this epoch-making event?
Here are five things you need to know about the Afro Street Fashion Festival
The Afro Street Fashion Festival is an initiative of “The Creative Hub Port Harcourt”, set up to celebrate and showcase the art, culture and Creative Talents within the Nigerian Creative Industry and also express the rich diverse culture of the Rivers People.
- Prevent Schedules: Every Afro Street festival is a journey of many pre-event experiences; from model casting to the African Soiree – its official public announcement, to Open Mics, Online Competitions, Art Installations, Tours and the ultimate Festival. Official dates for each sub event are available at @afrostreetfestival on Instagram.
- The official date for the Afro Street Fashion Festival is scheduled for December 4th, 2021 in – Port Harcourt, Rivers.
- You have the right to come and have fun and enjoy your life and carry home an unforgettable experience for FREE! …and, courtesy of several sponsors and partner brands, you might have your FIRST DRINKS on the organizers.
- So that you don’t say they didn’t tell you. DRESS to survive. The Afro Street Festival is a composition of style, afro-centric fashion, a bit of cultural glam and creativity. You have the right to come and shine in your style.
What should you expect?
It is better experienced but there are a few things to expect. There would be more urban street fashion, runway, musical performances, tribal body art, live art painting, graffiti live painting, afro dance performances, African masquerade displays, exhibitions, food and drinks, raffle draws, competition, spoken word poetry and FIREWORKS!