2018 Unmasked Africa
Join the African Communities Council of South Australia as they celebrate Adelaide’s African Community.
The Unmasked African Festival is an annual event organised by the African Communities Council of South Australia (ACCSA) – the peak body representing over 35 ethnic African communities in South Australia.
The first African festival was held in April 2002 in the South Parklands of Adelaide. Since then the festival has been held in many locations in Adelaide including Rymill Park and Elder Park. The ACCSA initiated the event to foster unity and promote understanding, tolerance and harmony among people from African background and the mainstream Australian Community.
The event unveils the diverse, vibrant and spirited African communities of South Australia and portrays their rich cultures, beauty, hope and aspiration to the wider community.
For more information and all enquiries please visit the Unmasked African Festival website.
What: Unmasked African Festival
When: Saturday 22 September 2018 | 11am – 7pm
Where: Victoria Square, Adelaide
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Image Source: Unmasked Africa Facebook event page
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