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African Concerts, Festivals, Exhibitions.. in Germany


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Live Gospel Music with Hour of Praise & Worship

A non-denominational gospel event with the vision to bring all Christians and lovers of Christian music together. Host is Joyce Ejiogu


Date: First Saturday of every Month / 7-8.30 pm

Venue: MGH, Falkenstraße 19, 67063 Ludwigshafen am Rhein

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Africa Festival Wuerzburg

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31 May – 3 June / Wuerzburg, Mainwiesen

Europe’s biggest festival of African music and culture featuring various events, including live concerts performed by top bands and musicians, bazaars, workshops, film programmes, art exhibitions, podium discussions and other activities that have all turned the Bavarian town into a veritable African cultural experience. The festival marks its 30th anniversary this year. What a milestone!

www.africafestival.org

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Kenya Cultural Day 2018

Open Air events for kids & parents, Dancing, Karaoke, Modelling, Live Music etc


Highlight: Rafiki’s Cup Football Tourney

Date: 2 June 2018 / Venue: TSG Niederrad, Hahnstr. 76, 60528 Niederrad (near Frankfurt)

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Afrika Tage Munich

Patrick Addai / Photo: Afrika Tage München

14 – 17 June / Munich, Theresienwiese

A feast of African spirit, lots of music, dance, international artists and a colourful bazaar in Bavaria’s biggest city

www.afrika-tage.de

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Kenako-Festival Berlin

© Kenako Afrika Festival

7 – 17 June / Berlin, Alexanderplatz

The flair of the African cultures comes to Berlin! Visitors can buy handmade art, clothing, cosmetics and food at the bazaar. The stage offers a cultural program of music, dance and theatre. In addition, the Global Learning project will include workshops, readings, film screenings and panel discussions

www.kenako-festival.de

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Afrikatage Heidelberg/Mannheim

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9 June – 8 July / Heidelberg & Mannheim

Month-long varied programme featuring lectures, concerts, workshops, etc.

www.afrikatage.de

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Afrika-Fest Freudenstadt

© Afrika-Fest Freudenstadt

30 June – 1 July / Freudenstadt

With live music, African food and drink, and many stalls selling goods from the sunny continent, Freudenstadt changes for a weekend. Cosmopolitan and international, the city presents itself and shows that “fair trade city” is not just a title.

www.afrika-fest.info

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Afrika-Karibik-Festival Bayreuth 

© Afrika-Karibik-Festival Bayreuth

20 – 22 July / Bayreuth, Maximilianstraße

The colourful festival offers a varied program of Africa and the Caribbean every year with concerts, films, workshops and an interesting program especially for the little ones. In addition to a rich concert program on two musical stages, there is a colourful bazaar with culinary specialties from various African and Caribbean regions, as well as sales stands that offer clothing, jewellery and pottery.

www.afro-karibik-festival.de

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 Afrikatage Landshut

13 –15 July / Landshut, Alte Kaserne

It will all be about African music, dance and fashion in and around the Old Barracks of Landshut for three days. The creative, colourful and varied Africa will be on display with 50 market stands, displaying musical instruments, fabrics, jewellery, shoes, masks, but also CDs, pictures and much more. Culinary specialties from West and North Africa ensure unusual culinary delights. International, antiracist and African projects are presented as well. Since 2002, the festival has contributed to putting Africa on the cultural calendar in Landshut and has gained an excellent reputation beyond the Bavarian town. The 15,000 to 30,000 festival visitors each year are a proof of its attraction.

https://afrikatage-landshut.de


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Afrika-Karibik-Festival Bayreuth 

21 – 23 July / Bayreuth, Maximilianstraße

The colourful festival offers a varied program of Africa and the Caribbean every year with concerts, films, workshops and an interesting program especially for the little ones. In addition to a rich concert program on two musical stages, there is a colourful bazaar with culinary specialties from various African and Caribbean regions, as well as sales stands that offer clothing, jewellery and pottery.

www.afro-karibik-festival.de


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Afrikatage Landshut

28 –30 July / Landshut, Alte Kaserne

It will all be about African music, dance and fashion in and around the Old Barracks of Landshut for three days. The creative, colourful and varied Africa will be on display with 50 market stands, displaying musical instruments, fabrics, jewellery, shoes, masks, but also CDs, pictures and much more. Culinary specialties from West and North Africa ensure unusual culinary delights. International, antiracist and African projects are presented as well. Since 2002, the festival has contributed to putting Africa on the cultural calendar in Landshut and has gained an excellent reputation beyond the Bavarian town. The 15,000 to 30,000 festival visitors each year are a proof of its attraction.

https://afrikatage-landshut.de


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African Music Festival Emmendingen 

3 – 5 August / Emmendingen, Schlossplatz

The rhythmic pulse of Africa has been beating in the middle of a city on the edge of the Black Forest since 2001. On the first weekend of August, Emmendingen will once again be the focus of African culture and, above all, the music of the continent.

In addition to the various workshops and an extensive supporting program, the world bazaar and the street parade should not be missed this year. 

The African Music Festival Emmendingen, with its line-up of talented artistes and supporting activities, promises its fans an unforgettable experience.

www.afrikaba.com


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Afrika Karibik Festival Aschaffenburg 

16 – 19 August / Aschaffenburg, Festplatz

About 60,000 fans are expected at the hip-hop and R & B festival. Top acts include Gentleman, Ky-Mani Marley and Rea Garvey. In addition Miwata, Georg On Songs, Bonez MC & RAF Camora, Samy Deluxe, Ohrbooten, Nosliw and many more

www.karibik-festival.de


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Afrikatage Duesseldorf 

10-12 August/ Duesseldorf, Freizeitpark 

In the past the festival was able to deepen the impressions of the visitors about Africa through a wide range of programs. In addition to the music and cultural performances on the stage, the audience is also offered the opportunity to learn about political, social and environmental issues as they affect the continent, through stands, workshops, lectures and discussion forums.

www.enije.com

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Afro Karibik Festival Frankfurt 

11-12 August/ Frankfurt/Main, Rebstockpark 

Under Bob Marley’s motto of “Let’s get together and feel alright!” the oldest African-Caribbean Festival in Hesse is taking place this year for the 22nd time at the Rebstockpark in Frankfurt. Live music, a bazaar, lively kid’s program and disco sessions with Super DJs are some of the offerings of the festival.

www.afro-karibik.de

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Alafia – Afrika Festival Hamburg 

24 – 26 August / Hamburg, Große Bergstrasse

Alafia stands for peace, tolerance and openness. With rhythmic music, individual craftsmanship and delicacies from different countries, the festival brings together the cultures of the Black continent in Hamburg.

www.alafia.de


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