Last tickets remaining for the first ever AfroFest at Trinity Centre on Saturday 3rd August!

Last tickets remaining for the first ever AfroFest at Trinity Centre on Saturday 3rd August!

Posted on: 18 Jul 2019

Afrobeats Fridays have teamed up with the Trinity Centre to put together a huge celebration of African culture, bringing AfroFest to the historic venue on Saturday 3rd August 2019 from Noon until 9pm. Tickets are running very low and will sell out imminently - get yours now via the link below to avoid missing out!


AfroFest is organised this year by Afrobeats Fridays.

Showcasing the very best of African culture through music, art, fashion, dance and more, AfroFest is set to be one of the most vibrant Bristol parties of the summer this year at the beginning of August. 


The range of live music is certainly one of the biggest draws of the day-long outdoor party, with performances locked in from Afro B, Congolese band African Ngwasuma, A-Star (Kupa Dance), Spice The Rhythm, Pariah, Przy, H.A.L.O and more, as well as DJ sets into the evening from some of Bristol and London's favourite selectors, including DJ Neyo, DJ Wally, Dancehall Generals, DJ Starzy, DJ Ngaio and many more.


Not only that, but AfroFest will be home to a family-friendly area with a bouncy castle, face painting, games and a cultural showcase, and guests will also be treated to performances and exhibitions from local dancers and fashion designers.


Taking place on Saturday 3rd August from 12pm-9pm at Trinity Centre, tickets for AfroFest are on sale now, available on second release at £18 per person. There are also special prices for kids, with 6-11-year-olds' tickets available at just £5 each and FREE entry for under-5s. If you're an artist, dancer or you're keen to volunteer at AfroFest, contact the team via email to find out how you can become a part of the event.


Tickets for AfroFest 2019 at Trinity Centre on Saturday 3rd August are on sale now and can be found here. For more information on AfroFest, respond to the event's Facebook listing or check out the Afrobeats Fridays Facebook page.

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