Sunday, July 24, 2016 from 12:00 PM to 9:30 PM

The SIERRA-FEST 2016 is scheduled to take place on the 24th July 2016 at Burgess Park in London. This free event is anticipated to be the biggest ever multicultural community event targeted at ethnic minorities’ resident here in the United Kingdom. The event forms part of a range of activities being organised this year to showcase the positive aspects of some communities and  to highlight their unique role played at the forefront of world politics, education and cultural emancipation.

Aimed at families wanting to enjoy a day out during the Summer Holiday, attendees will experience the best of Sierra Leone, African and Caribbean inspired culture, entertainment, fashion and food. This will be achieved through performances by high-profile artists, workshops and a variety of themed marquees along with mix blend of music.

Sierra Leone’s unique blend of West African, Western and Caribbean cuisine will obviously take centre stage. Other activities anticipated include: kite flying, traditional children’s games, face painting, a photography exhibition, documentaries, arts and crafts and fashion. In the long term we envision that this event will become an annual fixture in London’s cultural calendar.

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