Perth to come alive with taste of Africa

Performers L-R: Ann-Marie Eshinapwora of Bentley (A member of SAKATAFIT DANCE), Mucha Lauti of Willetton and Cozzy Kozile Ck of Butler.  The Organisation of African Communities in WA is holding the annual Jambo Africa Festival at Stirling Civic Gardens on February 29.
Performers L-R: Ann-Marie Eshinapwora of Bentley (A member of SAKATAFIT DANCE), Mucha Lauti of Willetton and Cozzy Kozile Ck of Butler. The Organisation of African Communities in WA is holding the annual Jambo Africa Festival at Stirling Civic Gardens on February 29.

STIRLING Gardens will come alive with the sights, sounds, tastes and aromas of Africa on February 29.

The annual Jambo Africa Festival returns to showcase an array of vibrant music, dancing, arts, cultural performances, fashion and authentic African food.

The free family-friendly event aims to celebrate diversity and promote cross-cultural awareness and understanding of African culture in Australia.

More than 10,000 people flocked to last year’s festival and organisers are expecting a 15,000-strong crowd for 2020.

Jambo Africa Festival will run from 2pm to 10pm at Stirling Gardens in Stirling.

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