Cultural Travel & Study Tours
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African Festival of the Arts Chicago
       
Website www.africanfestivalchicago.com
Year Established 1989
Program Description The African Festival of the Arts is an annual festival hosted on Chicago's South Side. The event boast over 300 vendors, artists, restaurants, and three stages with local and international artists.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 4 days
Program Focus Culture/History/Heritage, Literature, World Affairs, Performing Arts, Art/Architecture/Design
Costs $10 in advance through August 28th; $20 at the gate; $5 for Children/Senior; $30 Family Pass - 2 Adults/4 Children; $300 VIP Seating
U.S. Locations Chicago, Illinois
Months August, September
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.africanfestivalchicago.com
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/AfricanFestivaloftheArts
Contact Shawn Mayberry
Marketing Manager
African Festival of the Arts Chicago
6200 South Drexel (Harris Park)
Chicago, IL 60637
United States
Phone: (773) 255-2787
E-Mail: media@aihusa.org

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