Go Africa Credit: Dr. Samuel Jones & Kenny Beach

Need plans for the summer of 2022, where you can enjoy the weather, mingle with colleagues and share traditional aspects of Black culture? Well look no further, Go Africa Carnival is the highlight of the summer. On July 16, 2022, Go Africa Carnival will take place on 116th Street between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard (7th Avenue) and Frederick Douglass Boulevard (8th Avenue) from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. The Go Africa Carnival will be celebrating African, African American and Caribbean cultures in the form of fashion, dance, art and music. The themes for this year’s carnival are modern, original, unique and free.  

From the creator of Go African Carnival, this upcoming event is now in its sixth year and is continuously growing. The Go Africa Network Inc is a 501(C)(3) which is a non-profit organization that focuses on development, education, cultural and trade initiatives for Africa. In celebration of African and African diaspora culture, the Spirit of New York City and the USA presents this year’s Go Africa Carnival 2022.  

Drinks will be served so remember to bring your ID, and don’t forget your wallet at home. You wouldn’t want to miss out on the opportunity to be able to try all of the different cuisine that will be available at once. This event will feature more than 60 vendors selling cuisine, fashion and art. This is truly an event you would not want to miss. For more information about registration to be a vendor or an artist, please visit GoAfricaCarnival.org.

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