The African Women Acting organization is set to celebrate the best of African music, crafts, vendors, and more with the return of their annual AWA Niagara Falls Festival this September 3rd & 4th.
The two-day Festival features an action-packed schedule of highly-curated and award-winning music, dance, and spoken word artists alongside incredible arts and crafts exhibitions, interactive workshops, storytelling, and delicious authentic African, Caribbean, and Canadian food vendors — all under the sky at the beautiful Oakes Garden Theatre.
“We’re proud to present talented, hard-working, resilient artists who demonstrate tremendous effort in pursuing their artistic visions and careers,” the African Women Acting organization says of the event — and mission-at-large.
Marking its second year, the African Women Acting Niagara Falls Festival is proudly funded by the Niagara Falls – Cultural Development Fund.
The African Women Acting Niagara Falls Festival is a free event happening on Saturday, September 3rd, and Sunday, September 4th, from 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm EST at the Oakes Garden Theatre.
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