July 26, 2012
The 5th Annual ACANA Festival Returns To Penn’s Landing For A Celebration Of African Culture, Sunday, August 5
Penn’s Landing has been heating up with global culture this summer as a part of its annual PECO Multicultural Series.
Taking place at the Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, the ACANA Festival brings you a celebrated mix of African immigrant and African-American culture with tons of food, vendors, music and entertainment to go with it.
The stage comes alive all day for dancers, the world famous Universal Dance & Drum Ensemble and tons of musical performers.
This year’s festival will be headlined by award-winning contemporary Nigerian-style African-pop duo Bracket. The many other talented musical performers will also be representing the African countries of Liberia, Congo, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and more.
Don’t miss other great ACANA Festival programming throughout the weekend, from a soccer tournament to a black-tie honorary banquet at the prestigious African American Museum. A full list of events and ticket options can be found online.
The 5th Annual ACANA African Festival
When: Sunday, August 5, 2-8 p.m.
Where: Great Plaza at Penn’s Landing, Columbus Boulevard at Chestnut Street
More info: www.acanaus.org