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Afrika Festival Stuttgart to celebrate 20-year anniversary in style

African Festivals Germany. Afrika Festival Stuttgart 2022 is to go down in Germany in an amazing 2-day event to celebrate their 20-year anniversary. The Africa Festival Stuttgart is a source of inspiration and a meeting place for people of all nations, all ages and all walks of life.

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LOCATION: Where will it take place?

The organisers of the event marked this year’s as a special edition to be celebrated in a new location Alten Feuerwehrhaus SüdThe Old Fire Station in  Möhringer Str. 56, Stuttgart.

They added that the Old Fire Station next to Erwin-Schöttle-Platz will be the venue for an amazing 3 day period. Though it will miss some of the hustle and bustle of the market, there is also going to be a touch of it at the new venue.

DATE: When will it take place?

It will be going down on the 8th-10th of July from 5:30 PM to 7PM UTC +03.

In the past, the festival was held at the Erwin-Schöttle-Platz but due to the effects of the pandemic in the last two years, it was not possible to hold it at all.

This year’s event will usher in the right time to celebrate 20 years of the Afrika Festival Stuttgart in a big way.

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“Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, we have had to cancel the festival for the last 2 years and we will not be able to hold it as desired in 2022 either. Nevertheless, we want to show our presence and celebrate with you at least in a small format,” the organisers said.

The Afrika festival Stuttgart will have musicians and singers hoping to inspire you with their most diverse musical sounds and rhythms. The program will also offer other activities that are familiar to those who have attended in the past.

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