If you live in an apartment in Raleigh, NC or anywhere in the Triangle, and if you are looking for something fun and different to do over Labor Day weekend, look no further.
The African American Cultural Festival, along with Raleigh and Wake County, is proud to present a family-friendly celebration of African American arts and culture in downtown Raleigh. The Festival will be held this Saturday and Sunday, Labor Day weekend, along Fayetteville Street in downtown Raleigh.
The 2013 Festival kicks off in grand style! Join members of the African American Dance Ensemble in an Opening Ceremony and Call to Elders. Embrace the past and celebrate the future, honoring the unique cultural traditions that have crossed the Atlantic and become part of the African American legacy.
Saturday, 11:00 - 10:00 & Sunday, 1:00 - 9:00 :: Enjoy a dozen Food Vendors featuring a wide variety of foods to tempt everyone's tastebuds! Two food courts will be located along the mid-point of the festival, on both sides of Davie Street!
Saturday, 11:00 - 10:00 & Sunday, 1:00 - 9:00 :: Fine visual artists display and sell their original works of art in the Art Market, along Fayetteville Street in front of the Sheraton Hotel, and Marketplace Vendors offer a wide variety of wares, including heritage items, clothing, accessories, fun and educational items for children of all ages, and more!
Labor Day Weekend 2013
August 31st, 2013: 11AM - 10PM
September 1st, 2013: 1PM - 9PM
More information www.aacfralwake.org