AfroFuture, formerly known as Afrochella, is a celebration of Africa’s diverse culture and the vibrant work of African creatives and entrepreneurs.
The festival is designed to elevate and highlight the thrilling and thriving millennial talent in Africa by introducing an interactive event that teaches, explains and explores various cultures through a pioneering approach. AfroFuture attendees will experience art and creative activations from the continent, celebrate African music, and taste premium and cultured cuisine.
AfroFuture is much more than just a music festival; attendees come for the chance to connect with others who share their interests from across the world. With African Americans so distanced from their traditional African roots, the opportunity to travel to the motherland and connect via music, a medium that has connected us throughout time, is invaluable.
African and diasporic cultures are joyfully celebrated at AfroFuture. Given the centuries of cultural erasure and oppression, it is a powerful message to the rest of the world that African culture is still thriving. The festival, which takes place in Ghana’s coastal city of Accra, is swiftly surpassing the renowned Coachella music festival. AfroFuture is distinctive in its inclusive atmosphere and promotes a diverse range of music, art, and fashion from across the African diaspora.
From the moment you enter the venue, you’re surrounded by a vivacious celebration of African culture. AfroFuture is rapidly turning into a must-attend occasion for both African creatives and admirers of the culture.
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