Cheer the teams playing in the Africultures Cup – a six a side soccer tournament played at the 2016 Africultures Festival on 12 March. Matches kick off at 10am in Lidcombe Oval (entry via Wyatt Park). Teams playing include: Congo, Ghana, Liberia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Sudan and Zimbabwe.
Performer line up for Africultures Festival 2016 announced! The 8th annual Africultures Festival on 12 March 2016 will include a mix of artists from all corners of Africa and the Caribbean! Download the program for the Kilimanjaro and Serengeti Stages below. Contact us on [email protected] 2016 Africultures Festival Stage Program – Kilimanjaro and Serengeti Stages
The first ever Africultures Story Hour will be on at 11:30am on in the Youth Zone on 12 March 2016. Featuring talented writers and poets whose roots span from South Africa to South Sudan, from Somalia to Sierra Leone and beyond. They will read their works about love and heartbreak; about small moments and big Read more about Africultures Story Hour[…]
Africultures Festival – the largest African community event in Australia will celebrate its eighth year anniversary in style with Salt Magazine signing up as media partner for a second year. This partnership underlines the growing importance of the festival amongst Australia’s diverse African community groups and we are delighted that Salt Magazine will cover the Read more about Media Partner Salt Magazine Announced[…]