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2017 Africultures Festival – EOI for Stalls NOW OPEN

Come experience and celebrate the rhythm, dance, food and fashion of Africa at the 9th annual Africultures Festival. The Africultures Festival is gathering of the African communities and the general public in Sydney to celebrate the rich cultural diversity of Australia. The main aims of the event is to raise awareness of African communities, their cultures, traditional, businesses and services providers both government and non-government.

Africultures Festival has the following components:

Entertainment Performances on 2 stages all day with live music, singing, dancing and a Youth Talent Quest.

Nile Food Court – A taste of African cuisine from at least 14 food providers.

African Market Place over 45 commercial and information stalls selling African products such as clothing, fabrics, home wares and accessories.

African Dance and Drumming Workshops: experience the rhythm and beats of Africa!

Watotos Corner – Children Activities: A variety of children activities including face painting, mask making, animal farm, rock climbing and jumping castle.

Africultures Sports Zone: Sports activities from AFL, Soccer, Cricket, Rugby League and more.

Africultures Cup: A six a side soccer tournament for teams from the African continent.

Fashion Parade: a chance for festival patrons to show their African inspired clothing.

The 2015 Africultures Festival is now taking expressions of interest for the following.

  • Market Stalls
  • Information Stalls
  • Performers (2 Stages)
  • Other activities/workshops

Limited spaces available! Be quick complete & submit your stall or performer application. Forms can be completed online at (in the participate section).

For more details regarding Africultures Festival please contact Fatma Isir on 0407 904526 or email [email protected] or check out our website and Africultures Festival Facebook page.