The continent’s answer to Coachella is a favourite Black event amongst travelers. It is described as a celebration of ‘Africa’s diverse culture and the vibrant work of African entrepreneurs and creatives’. With the 2022 theme recently revealed to be ‘Afrofuturism’ it is definitely a look into the future of Afrocentric festivals.
SOURCE: TRAVEL NOIRE
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