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ERITREA FESTIVAL UK, London15-16th July 2023

Posted by: Yared Tesfay

Date: Wednesday, 28 June 2023

ERITREA FESTIVAL UK 
London15-16th July 2023

The Eritrean Festival United Kingdom will start on Saturday the 15th of July with more than dozens colourful performances. This annual festival-this year  is a celebration of Eritrean values and culture; and also features different spectacular shows. 

This  festival brings together all Eritreans and friends of Eritrea living in UK through the weekend of 15th - 16th July 2023. There will be plenty shows taking place as well as  Children, Seminar, Youth & Family programs, Sport, Fashion Show, Graduation,  Cultural performances  and opportunities to enjoy meeting old friends in the Bazar setup to serve traditional food. Not to mention to get national and historical information and lectures.

Festivals can promote a sense of community, and this festival can achieve cohesion on another level among Eritreans. It can work as a platform of cooperation to create or strength ties between existing national culture and Eritrean children and youth, who are born or grown up in diaspora.

In a true sense, the Eritrean Festival in Diaspora in general, the Eritrean UK Festival in particular is not about a crowd gathering events inspired by wanting to dance only, but it is more about identity celebration. Thanks to the diverse programming, the audience is pretty, too, made up of culture and music lovers from all walks of life, but it all adds to fantastically educate the young children their  identity.


There will be too many great artists in attendance,  and  talented artists.  It is this ability to view all parts of the musical spectrum through the eyes of so many different performers, young and old that truly gives the festival its Eritrean prestige.

In other words, the Eritrean UK Festival 2023 - like other festivals in Diaspora cities-is one of the best gatherings on home while a way from home.

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