OPEN THE GATE FESTIVAL
13 hours of Live World Music + The African Market!
This June, the cultural organization Open The Gate celebrates its 6th Anniversary.
As every year we are offering a special event: 13 hours of NON-STOP cultural entertainment, alongside our renowned African Market.
Afrofunk – Highlife / Ghana
Acoustic / Somalia
Directly from Mexico!
Usifu Jalloh – The cowfoot Prince
Storytelling / Sierra Leone
Baba Adesose Wallace
West Africa Traditional
Nelson and Friends
Afrofusion from Mozambique
Hip Hop – Afrobeat
Open The Gate + Guests
Reggae & beyond
Drumming Circle workshop by Drum Song
The African Market
A unique Design & Crafts Market showcasing the talents from Africa and inspired by African cultures.
Many stalls: Fashion, Arts & Crafts, Design, Jewellery, Books, Music, Culture and more!
Facepainting & Glitter Tattoo
More than an exhibition and trade space, The African Market is a place of curiosity attracting an eclectic mix of people including families, young people, students & adults, and a networking platform both for traders and interested visitors, connecting amateurs, professionals and passionates.
And to complete the atmosphere, delicious African Food will served throughout the whole event!
Twitter/Instagram: @OpenTheGate_ #TheAfricanMarket #OTGFest
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